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Public health cuts likely to cost wider economy £1.6bn in the long term

30/03/2017Public health cuts likely to cost wider economy £1.6bn in the long term

Cuts to public health services are “short-sighted,” and represent a false economy, a report published by the British Medical Journal ... more >
NAO reports ‘mixed success’ in early days of GDS

30/03/2017NAO reports ‘mixed success’ in early days of GDS

The Government Digital Service (GDS) requires further clarity about its remit and accountabilities to continue being effective in the future, a r... more >
Civil Service ‘woefully underprepared’ for Brexit as Article 50 triggered

30/03/2017Civil Service ‘woefully underprepared’ for Brexit as Article 50 triggered

The government must act to provide the Civil Service with the resources it needs to cope with significant challenges posed by Brexit, two unions ... more >
60 seconds with… Mark Lloyd

30/03/201760 seconds with… Mark Lloyd

We talk to Mark Lloyd, who has been chief executive of the LGA since November 2015. Prior to taking on this role, he had been the CEO at Cambridg... more >
LGA: Councils should use business rates retention to prop up struggling services

29/03/2017LGA: Councils should use business rates retention to prop up struggling services

Councils should be able to use extra cash raised from the change to 100% business rates retention to prop up underfunded local services, the LGA ... more >