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LGA pitches its alternative plans to Cities Devolution Bill

Devolving more power to local government is the only way forward, argues the LGA.

27 May 2015

NHS foundation trusts ‘under real pressure’

Monitor reports that NHS foundation trusts are struggling to keep on top of things.

26 May 2015

Charities urged to go digital

A prominent think tank has launched a new programme to boost the digital resourcefulness of charities.

22 May 2015

Why senior leadership roles in education are appealing

A former headteacher outlines the benefits of moving into a senior leadership role within a school.

21 May 2015

Councils’ saving millions through the sharing of services

New research shows that the sharing of services is helping councils save millions of pounds.

20 May 2015

Healthcare leaders ‘need to understand unconscious bias’

The more healthcare leaders understand the idea of unconscious bias, the better equipped they will be at managing things.

19 May 2015

David Cameron: NHS will be open 7-days a week

The PM says that the government will work hard to make the NHS a 7-day a week operation.

18 May 2015

George Osborne outlines devolution plans

The chancellor has been highlighting devolution plans in England, stating that at first, big cities will benefit from more control.

15 May 2015

ASCL keen on collaborating with key government figures in education

The ASCL says that the new government is in a good position to create a high-quality education system and it is happy to assit.

14 May 2015

New communities secretary ‘committed to devolving power to local government’

New communities secretary says he will do more to give local government more control over key decisions.

13 May 2015

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