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Alastair McLellan

Alastair McLellan: Tackling discrimination of LGBT staff will benefit the entire NHS Subscription Required

20-Sep-2014 | By Alastair McLellan

Of all the types of discrimination blighting healthcare leadership, it is bias based on sexuality that gets the least attention

Michael White

De-industrialised Britain is the biggest loser of open trade Subscription Required

18-Sep-2014 | By Michael White

HSJ columnist Michael White on the Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership

Inside Out: Conflict is a fact of life – our job is to find solutions Subscription Required

17-Sep-2014

Does it take a tragedy like Rotherham to make people wake up to the power of honest and open dialogue, LGC’s council chief insider asks

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Public health cannot be separated from economic development Subscription Required

19-Sep-2014 | By

Ill health is not just a social problem, says Centre for Local Economic Strategies’ Neil McInroy

David Sparks

Scottish referendum marks an era of change for local government Subscription Required

19-Sep-2014 | By David Sparks

LGA chair David Sparks: Replace the Barnett formula and let us keep 100% of business rates growth

Deborah Cadman

A vital role in shaping and supporting communities Subscription Required

19-Sep-2014 | By Deborah Cadman

The public sector will be smaller in the future, but its role in assuring the quality of services will grow, says Suffolk CC’s Deborah Cadman

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Tony Trravers

Constitutional asymmetry will have to be addressed Subscription Required

15-Sep-2014 | By Tony Travers

The pretence that England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland occupy broadly similar positions within the United Kingdom cannot continue, writes the LSE’s Tony Travers

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Inside out: Give us power and we'll emulate Ireland's low tax approach Subscription Required

18-Aug-2014

The Scottish referendum is shaping the devolution debate, inspiring LGC’s Insider to consider how councils would use new powers to boost their local economy

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Peter Hogg EC Harris

Property, people, planning: essential ingredients for a growth strategy

The mismatch between funding and demand for services means local authorities must take a fresh look at their assets, says EC Harris’ Peter Hogg

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