Out for the count: a guide to the local elections

With one month to go until the 2016 local elections, we are publishing this mini guide. It looks briefly at the local elections taking place, analyses some of the important council battlegrounds for the three main parties and gives some context to the landscape in…

Devolution: A State of the Nation

For all the focus on Europe, it could be devolution that is the critical constitutional change of our era. Ahead of next week's Budget, Andrew Walker looks in depth at the prospects for radical change in local government.

2016 State of Local Government Finance survey

The LGiU and MJ jointly conducted the 2016 State of Local Government Finance survey from 14 January – 4 February 2016 and received 156 responses. Responses were collected from Chief Executives, Council Leaders, Directors of Finance and Cabinet Members for Finance across 132 Councils in England. The…

Key to Care, one year on

One year on from the Burstow Commission on the Future of the Home Care Workforce, our report card looks at the 11 recommendations from the report and the state of home care at the moment.

Resilience in Practice

This policy paper looks at what resilience means for local authorities and argues that for resilience to really work it should be built on a partnership between local institutions, communities and citizens.

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