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EXCLUSIVE: Exasperation at rules for new high street cashSubscription

Councils given 12 days to spend high street clean-up funding, or risk consequences

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Waste land: why the north is losing out on housing fundsSubscription

The government’s criteria for much of its housing funding risks exacerbating the divides exposed by the Brexit referendum

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Brokenshire: Evidence proves value of Troubled Families Subscription

Housing and communities secretary says he is committed to 

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Evaluation reveals net financial benefit of Troubled FamiliesSubscription

New evaluation suggests every £1 spent on Troubled Families delivers £2.28 in benefit to the economy.

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James Palmer: I am the most scrutinised politician in the countrySubscription

Cambridgeshire & Peterborough mayor accuses council officers of misunderstanding the role of the combined authority

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What lifting the borrowing cap will mean for housing companies Subscription

What does the future hold for the companies and joint ventures created to get around the borrowing cap? 

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How analytics, data and insight can transform social careSubscription

14 November, 2018 By Mark Smulian

Data can facilitate early intervention and prevention while salvaging council’s finances, Mark Smulian reports.