Spending Review should put aside £3bn for children's services - MPs

By Hiba Mahamadi | 30 April 2019

The Government needs to release at least £3bn of non-ring-fenced funding to local authorities to save children’s services from the ‘crisis’ they are in, MPs have said.

A report by the Housing, Communities and Local Government Committee published today said £3.1bn of grant funding would be needed until 2025 to help councils deliver services.

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