Search Results for: Смотреть онлайн Девятаев 2021 смотрите фильм в хорошем качестве hd 720 1080 тут >>j.mp/devataev-film-2021

Election gogglebox: a review of the party political broadcasts

While my colleagues had the pleasure of reading and digesting the manifestos, I got the enviable task of reviewing the party political broadcasts.I’ve tried to stay party and policy neutral and just concentrate on cinematographic and entertainment values of these vids.   And what a fine collection of videos it is. Almost as exciting as…

England & Wales Blog Post

List of quangos to be abolished, retained, under consideration and merged

The bonfire of the quangos has been more of a light toasting. Just 9 per cent have been abolished outright, 26 per cent have been abolished as a quango but with some or all functions transferred (to the civil service, council, other quango, committee, charity or private firm), 2 per cent have been abolished as…

England & Wales Blog Post
Members

Dementia Friendly Communities: sharing learning from Bradford and York

The Joseph Rowntree Foundation has recently published ‘How can we make our cities dementia friendly: sharing the learning from Bradford and York’, identifying key messages from two independent evaluations of areas that are relatively advanced in their dementia friendly community (DFC) developments.

England & Wales

LGiU Fortnightly 2nd March: Service design, recycling, LEPs & more

LGiU Fortnightly is our new podcast, bringing you the latest news from the world of local government. We update you on the key events from the past fortnight, as well as news from us and our members, so you’re always in the loop. We’re always looking for more ways to bring you the information you need…

England & Wales Blog Post

Powerful stories: Can they be the catalyst for reform?

Janet Sillett asks whether powerful stories emerging from Covid-19 can lead to a reform of social care in the UK. This article was first published by the Social Care Institute for Excellence.

England & Wales, Global
Members

Who’s Accountable?

The Public Administration Select Committee (PASC) published its report: ‘Who’s accountable? Relationships between Government and arm’s-length bodies’ on 10 November 2014. This briefing gives an overview of the conclusions and recommendations of the report. This briefing will be of interest to elected members and a broad spectrum of officers, in particular those leading on civil…

England & Wales

Delayed financial settlement and today’s other top local stories

Localism Bill delayed again. CLG is turning into the government’s equivalent of the Mad Hatter. First, it’s been announced that the Localism Bill will be late. Andy Sawford, our Chief Executive, reckons that it will be the New Year (although there is still a glimmer of hope that it will emerge on Wednesday). The LGiU’s…

England & Wales Blog Post
Members

Housing and planning round-up February 2020

Since Grenfell, the government has been promising tougher regulation and sanctions over fire safety. Building safety is the big issue in this month’s housing and planning round up, alongside news about homelessness, universal credit, discounts for first-time buyers, better quality planning and yet another new housing minister.

England & Wales, Scotland

Are we ready for ‘Super Saturday’?

The latest announcements on the easing of lockdown restrictions will bring both relief and some anxiety, writes Janet Sillett.

England & Wales Blog Post