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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
22 January, 2019 11:27 am
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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21 December 2018Jon Bunn
Councils have described a £85m cut to public health grants next year as a “deep disappointment” and “incredibly short-sighted”.
31 October 2018Robert Cusack
The Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government has launched a consultation seeking views on whether high street shops could be redeveloped into different uses without planning permission.
4 December 2018Sarah Calkin
The government could face a legal challenge over its plans to continue piloting voter identification at May’s local elections.
28 November 2018Robert Cusack
The fair funding review will take “full account” of the cost pressures facing sparsely populated councils, according to a Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government minister.
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