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Social Care the reprieve?

Social care is beginning to feel a bit like the benefit cuts the Government had to renege on earlier this year.  There seems likely to be...

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Techxit still looms large

This remains the "real" talking point on the ground with UK-based tech businesses -talent mobility and future centre of gravity.  There...

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Social Care risks continue to grow

Social care funding continues to dominate the news as the article about the challenges to Greater Manchester illustrates. When good...

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Devolution blues

Devolution seems to be less of a powerhouse and more of a pushbike. There were some useful announcements for London and some minor other...

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Some hope for social care

LGC suggests some movement on the funding of adult social care although its not apparent how this will play out. Maybe a "winter of...

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Morning After the Night Before

Well, it didn't take long for those on both sides of the Brexit decision to start arguing over the forecasts for UK GDP, debt and...

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more woe about adult social care

LGC sums up the despair in the sector about inaction on adult social care. Its the one big cross party ask in the autumn statement and...

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Social Care let down........

NLGN summarise   the disappointment in both the NHS and Local Government on the lack of focus of addressing the crisis in adult social...

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Housing development? is it enough

Housing got lots of mentions in the Autumn statement- unlike social care or the NHS.    The proposed new investment is welcome in London...

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The Hammond Conundrum

The Chancellor has lots of demands but not a lot of money. Prisons, the NHS and Adult Social Care are on their knees and further benefit...

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Words of Wisdom from Sage

The attached report, as featured on Newsnight, reinforces Grant Thornton's knowledge that tax is in need of a major shake-up.  

Steven...

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Focus on the future

As the PM begins to court business again let's hope the government are going to be bold and look to further enhance the successful R&D...

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Northern Investment

There are lots of challenges for the Chancellor on wednesday but demonstrating that the Government is still committed to the Northern...

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Some Devolution Hope

LGC reports some opportunities that might be announced in the autumn statement . Hopefully this is a positive sign that the Chancellor...

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Addressing the Housing Challenge

The Housing and Planning Act is an unloved piece of legislation which provides opportunities for some but fails to address the...

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Better in real life....

With the Autumn Statement less than a week away, here's what we at Grant Thornton would like to see the Chancellor talk about

This year's Autumn Statement will be presented on 23 November, Grant Thornton will be covering it live. For now, see our expert’s...…

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Austerity chickens coming home

The article below by Tony Travers shows that whilst local government has made necessary efficiencies and changes and has reinvented and...

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Keeping in with innovation

Undoubtedly great news for London and the UK given the prevailing climate of uncertainty.  Google making a very physical statement of...

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The Devolution Challenge

Growth is an important part of the Autumn Statement challenge for the Chancellor but the influential counties felt snubbed because growth...

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Taking from Peter to Pay Paul

The NHS and LG providers of social care are agreed on the way forward but there is a real risk of conflict amongst the local government...

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Autumn Statement

The CEO of Birmingham City Council outlines some of his thoughts on the Autumn statement. He says there is a real opportunity for...

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Autumn Statement

The extract from Local Government Chronicle below show the extent of the challenge for councils whop provide Adult Social care.   At the...

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Autumn Statement & Exporting

It is great to see that a Chinese delegation is the UK this week meeting the Chancellor.  And talk seems to be centred around inward...

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