Ministers urged to reverse public health cuts

By Chris Mahony | 23 March 2022

The Local Government Association (LGA) has urged ministers to reverse public health cuts amid warnings the COVID-19 pandemic has left staff exhausted and exacerbated recruitment difficulties.

More than half of councils taking part in an LGA survey reported that staff shortages were causing ‘disruptions’ to public health services.

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