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Ofsted inspection of children in need, looked after children, care leavers and LSCBs

New arrangements have commenced for the single inspection of child protection, services for looked after children and care leavers, and LA fostering and adoption services and for the review of Local Safeguarding Children Boards (LSCBs). Ofsted has published the outcome of recent consultations on these arrangements and re-published the single inspection framework [full title Framework…

England & Wales
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The Government's response to the Heseltine Growth Report

The Government has published its official and detailed response to the Lord Heseltine’s growth report, claiming to have accepted 81 of the 89 recommendations. The response confirms the Government’s intention to establish a β€˜Single Local Growth Fund’ and provides some detail of its design, but key decisions on its composition and size have been left…

England & Wales
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Brexit: A guide to the negotiations

This briefing deals with the process of exit from the EU and the options for future UK-EU relations. Much is currently uncertain, but some indications of the way ahead are starting to emerge. Further briefings will follow as events unfold.

England & Wales
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Going to town – putting towns on the policy map

There has been less focus on towns as β€˜engines of growth’ for the national economy, yet millions of people live, work, shop and socialise in towns. This briefing provides an overview of research and approaches used by governments to support towns in the UK and Ireland.

England & Wales
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Rough sleeping and Covid-19

More than 33,000 rough sleepers were offered places in hotel and other emergency accommodation between March and November last year. What does the successful ‘Everyone In’ scheme demonstrate about the scale of the homelessness problem in England and whether the government is any closer to a long-term solution?

England & Wales
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Cross border family law and migrant children after the transition period

From the end of the transition period (31 December 2020), the current EU regulatory framework for cross border family law cases is likely to cease as the UK will need to rely on international conventions rather than EU law. This affects children of EU citizens in the UK (and children of UK citizens in EU…

England & Wales, Scotland
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Health Select Committee report on social care

*This briefing summarises and comments on the recent report on social care from the health select committee. *The report calls for a step change in achieving greater integration between health, social care and housing by promoting joined-up commissioning, with local models that create a single commissioning process. The report also insists there is a funding…

England & Wales
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Local Enterprise Partnerships: rising to the challenge

As Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs) submit the first draft of their strategic economic plans to Government in December, and subsequently begin negotiating for 'Local Growth Deals' including a share of the Single Local Growth Fund (SLGF), there has been renewed interest in gauging the likely success of the Government's devolution policies. Given their acknowledged infancy…

England & Wales
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Homelessness in Scotland: Covid-19 and beyond

When the UK went into lockdown, successful and swift action was taken to get rough sleepers across Scotland off the streetsΒ  thanks to effective wrap-around support from local government, Scottish Government, and third sector organisations. But as funding dries out, lockdown eases, and the country faces an economic downturn, how can we reduce homelessness?

Scotland