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Local government communications and social media

Social media is everywhere. To some extent, it affects the lives of everyone, even those who profess not to use or understand it. It is therefore essential that local government public relations teams use social media alongside more traditional methods of communication.

Ireland
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Local government communications and social media

Social media is everywhere. To some extent, it affects the lives of everyone, even those who profess not to use or understand it. It is therefore essential that local government public relations teams use social media alongside more traditional methods of communication.

Scotland
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Local authorities and economic development in 2013 – can local dynamism counter a national low growth economy?

The global economic outlook is uncertain. National forecasts show a continuation of a lengthy period of low growth (at best). The need for local authorities (LAs) to contribute to and lead local growth has, arguably, never been greater. Doing this effectively requires LAs to understand, plan and manage both their local economy, and the major…

England & Wales
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Local Government in international affairs post-referendum

Local Authorities need to review and refresh how they engage internationally during the Brexit negotiations and beyond. This briefing suggests some of the components of such a review.

England & Wales, Scotland
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Electric vehicles

The government’s Road to Zero Strategy sets out plans to meet the pledge of banning all new petrol and diesel cars by 2040. A number of other reports suggest that the government needs to do far more to support the roll-out of electric vehicles.

England & Wales
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Cities economic growth, enhanced devolution, and relationships with London

Both the economic data and the national policy context makes an understanding of 'cities' in general, and London in particular, crucial for local authorities and partners involved in promoting economic growth and development. This briefing reviews a number of recent developments which either reveal new insights into the data (e.g. the annual Cities Outlook publication…

England & Wales
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ONS place-based statistics: implications for local authorities

An overview of recent ONS statistical releases on population, housing, labour market, household income, electoral registration, and internet users - together with a discussion on how to ensure LAs are keeping abreast of statistics and using them in their place-shaping and community leadership roles.

Scotland
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Is it time for a new Beveridge? Modernising the welfare state post-Covid-19

Following recommendations from William Beveridge, the welfare state was introduced in the UK in 1945 to provide social security and a minimum standard of living for ordinary people. This briefing examines the parallels between 1945 and today’s pandemic-challenged society and the arguments for a new Beveridge settlement.

England & Wales, Scotland
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Size matters: Covid-19 and small charities

Small charities account for 97 per cent of all charities and they play vital roles in meeting specialised and localised needs. All charities are being hit hard by Covid-19 but small organisations face additional challenges. National and local support packages need to recognise the diversity and characteristics of small charities.

England & Wales, Scotland