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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
18 January, 2019 10:08 am
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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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10 December 2018Jon Bunn
Ian Thomas is set to be appointed chief executive of Kingston-upon-Thames RBC six weeks after he left Lewisham LBC just seven months into the job.
30 October 2018Robert Cusack
The chief executive of Lewisham LBC ”has agreed to step aside”, just seven months after he was appointed to the post.
19 September 2018Jon Bunn
Two council leaders are calling for an urgent independent review of Cambridgeshire & Peterborough CA due to concerns over its governance, transparency and effectiveness.
2 November 2018Mark Smulian
Northern England’s towns and cities have the highest concentrations of businesses that contribute to ill health in their high streets.
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