Integrating health and social care should not be held back by issues of funding and instead needs an urgent ‘reboot’, according to a new report.
The Mayor of London has launched Thrive LDN, a new movement to improve mental health and well-being across the capital.
It has been revealed that more than 300 high-rise buildings across Scotland do not have potentially life-saving sprinkler systems.
NICE and Public Health England are urging for ‘no vehicle idling’ zones to be enforced by local authorities.
Leeds City Council and its partners have launched a new cycling plan for the city to improve cycling infrastructure and accessibility.
The Fire Industry Association officially launched their new qualifications in fire detection and alarms at the recent FIREX event in London.
Damaging cuts to UK social care will continue this year despite the government investing an extra £1 billion to halt the deterioration in services.
The Labour Party will table an amendment to the Queen's Speech calling for the one per cent public sector pay cap to end.
Camden Council will remove cladding from five of its blocks, after reviewing fire safety on its buildings after the Grenfell Tower fire.
The Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services are unable to adequately support young people who need specialist support.
The Guardian is reporting that councils will be fully reimbursed for any building work carried out on tower blocks.
Care workers are compromising the dignity and well-being of the people they look after, a new survey has found.
Following the recent General Election, county leaders are urging the government to avoid ‘kicking social care reform into the long grass’.
Birmingham City Council has launched a consultation on a new system for providing early years services for children and families in the city.
Health and care organisations in Surrey have signed an agreement to integrate health and social care in the region.
Sue Robb of 4Children talks to Julie Laughton and Alison Britton from the Department for Education about the role of childminders in delivering the 30 hours free entitlement.
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Chris Russell, policy advisor at the REC, explains why long term solutions are needed to fix public sector recruitment crisis
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