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Most would not benefit from care costs cap, research findsSubscription

Proposed caps on adult social care costs would not benefit most care home residents, research has found.

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£1bn homelessness funding gap a 'matter of life and death'Subscription

Nine years of government cuts have left local services for single homeless people with a staggering £1bn a year funding gap


IFS: Universal credit to hit low income households hardestSubscription

Research examined the impact of benefit reform over an eight-year period for the first time

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Martin Esom: Changes to Prevent were not well executedSubscription

Former London Prevent board chair says the planned review of the government’s anti-radicalisation programme must focus on safeguarding

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'Borough of culture has made community our advocates'Subscription

Waltham Forst chief Martin Esom says becoming London’s first borough of culture has re-aligned the council’s relationship with the community

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Grayling accused of 'micromanaging' over metric system warningSubscription

The transport secretary has written to council chiefs warning them against using ’non-prescribed signs’


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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.