Brexit has, understandably, dominated the attention of MPs and civil servants, as they seek to navigate this unique and extremely complicated process.
The government must put its money where its mouth is and turn rhetoric into actionable policy.
But it could if the political will was there, and the public support.
Local government must positively build relationships and be seen as a partner in helping deliver the Long Term Plan.
Users of care services care who cares for them.
The Long Term Plan means the NHS and local government are truly in it together.
The persisting centralised mindset on health continues to hamper real progress on improvements to the system.
In its birthday year, how did the public rate local authority-provided adult social care?
What is going on with the governance and oversight of the NHS locally?
While the transfer of public health to local government is on course, many NHS staff remain sceptical.