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Posts Tagged: Public Service Reform
Tomorrow, the Home Secretary addresses the body that booed and jeered her two years ago. They need to stop the petty politics and choose reform.
There’s no hope of different public services coming together to put people back on their feet unless it happens locally.
The pace of public service change is swift – but does it extend as widely as it should?
The mission of GovernUp is to consider the far-reaching reforms needed in Whitehall and beyond to enable more effective and efficient government.
Dr Rachel Joyce: Hitting the 999 response time target is great, but we must not forget the next step
Too many patients get a swift response, but then have to wait to get to hospital.
As outlined, it suggests continuity with the Coalition’s approach. But there are tensions sbetween its aims and those of a future Labour finance team.
The number of full time-trade union representatives is now less than a fifth of the level in 2011.
Ian Liddell-Grainger MP and Jennifer Arcuri: Understanding and engaging with tech entrepreneurs offers huge rewards
A new generation of business people are out there, with the potential to boost the economy – and public services, too.
We need a creative pooling of budgets across the MOD, local authorities, health and the police to help tackle the problems caused by severe mental illness.
It is said that some goods are too important to be left to the market – for instance, healthcare. And,… Read more »
Danny Kruger used to be a speechwriter for David Cameron. One day he decided that actions spoke louder than words… Read more »
How can cutting waste in the public sector be anything other than a good thing? The answer is by misunderstanding… Read more »
If education were an Olympic sport, then the gold medal would go to London. That’s the conclusion of an important… Read more »
These days, our politicians are often accused of having no experience of the ‘real world’, as if working in a… Read more »