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Highlights from C’llr Achievement Awards 2017!

On Tuesday 7th November we hosted our eighth annual C’llr Achievement Awards! We were delighted to be joined at the beautiful Guildhall by so many new and familiar faces from across English and Welsh local government. Congratulations to our award winners and to all those who were shortlisted – you are a credit to your…

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Brexit: key issues for local government

What are the key challenges facing local government after the vote to leave the EU? We look here at some of the main issues that local authorities will be focusing on immediately and in the longer term.

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Productivity and Low Wages

This briefing deals with three reports from the Joseph Rowntree Foundation on the relationship between low pay and productivity and with the eighth report in an annual series on low pay in Britain by the Resolution Foundation

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Making Work Pay: The Impact of Low Paid Work in Scotland

An analysis of the interaction between local authorities, central government and low paid workers will be undertaken to identify what is and can be done to counteract the negative societal impact of low paid work. This paper will outline the issues presently surrounding low paid work in Scotland.

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Productivity and Low Wages

This briefing deals with three reports from the Joseph Rowntree Foundation on the relationship between low pay and productivity and with the eighth report in an annual series on low pay in Britain by the Resolution Foundation.

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Families facing multiple challenges: NAO report

The National Audit Office (NAO) has published a report (“Programmes to help families facing multiple challenges”) examining the design, implementation and performance of two separate government programmes to help families address a range of challenges; the DCLG’s ‘Troubled Families Programme’ and DWP’s ‘Families with Multiple Problems Programme’. The NAO believe that the rationale for both…

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July 2015 Budget: Analysis

Departmental spending cuts will be less than indicated in March, but will still be as severe as in the last parliament. This briefing examines aspects of the Budget in detail, focusing in particular on the economic outlook, the programme for deficit reduction, the main ‘giveaways and takeaways’, and welfare.

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Changes to the School Admissions Code – DfE consultation

The DfE is consulting until 29 September on Changes to the school admissions code. Launched on 22 July 2014, the proposals include two changes of substance and a number of minor amendments designed to improve the clarity of the document without altering its intended effect. The significant changes are: • To allow schools to give…

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July Budget 2015

This briefing summarises the July Budget.

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Do academies make use of their autonomy? – DfE research

This briefing is on the DfE research report: Do academies make use of their autonomy? published on 9 July 2014. The report was done by DfE research staff and not externally commissioned. Also published on the same day was the DfE Academies annual report 2012 -2013 and a further DfE commissioned research report: The Evolving…

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