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Public health should be overseen by the guardian of place, not the guardian of hospitals
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Public Health England chief executive Duncan Selbie talks to LGC about the government’s forthcoming prevention green paper
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LGC has learned plans to produce one overarching score have been ditched following an unprecedented response
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The new round of planning for sustainability and transformation partnerships must allow more collaboration.
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17 December 2018
Our round-up of the latest job moves and appointments.
30 November 2018Mark Smulian
Swindon BC has put on hold its plan to end collection of plastics for recycling after being criticised by resources minister Therese Coffey, LGC’s sister title Materials Recycling World reports.
13 November 2018Robert Cusack
The departing Conservative leader of Surrey CC has railed against government cuts as he prepares to stand down after seven years in the role .
9 November 2018Tim Clark
Oxfordshire CC has found a catalogue of failings including missing certificates and fire safety issues following an audit of work conducted by Carillion, LGC’s sister title Construction News reports.
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