Ministers accused of 'irrational policy-making'

By Chris Mahony | 29 January 2019

Ministers have been accused of irrational policy-making by funding prevention in the NHS while forcing councils to focus on acute statutory services.

The attack came after the NLGN think-tank published its latest quarterly leadership index – assessing the confidence of 161 chief executives, leaders and elected mayors in key service areas.

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