Elections' Unsung Heroes
GENERAL ELECTION

Elections' Unsung Heroes

By Baroness Sharon Taylor OBE | 17 July 2024

Baroness Sharon Taylor celebrates the unheralded stalwarts who ensure polling day goes without a hitch.

GENERAL ELECTION

Keeping the focus on delivery in a new political landscape

By By Sheila Oxtoby | 16 July 2024

Sheila Oxtoby says: 'The Government appears to be determined to hit the ground running and keen t...

COMMUNITIES

Brokering a new social contract

By Donna Hall CBE | 16 July 2024

Local government is uniquely positioned to play a huge role in the rebuilding of a new social con...

LOCAL AUDIT

Beyond local audit's backlog

By Neil Harris | 10 July 2024

A new government brings an opportunity to implement longer-term reforms to local audit and help s...

GENERAL ELECTION

Council orders review into election delays

By Martin Ford | 10 July 2024

Uttlesford DC’s leader has ordered a review into delays to sending out thousands of postal ballot...

GENERAL ELECTION

So much to be done and it all starts now

By Heather Jameson | 10 July 2024

A commitment to devolve down must include regional, sub-regional, local and hyper-local governmen...

GENERAL ELECTION

Unpicking what 'hard choices' means

By Caroline Green | 10 July 2024

Hard choices need to be not only about things we cannot afford in the short-term, but the things ...

GENERAL ELECTION

Make space for a better place

By Evie John | 10 July 2024

Evie John sets out her hopes for a government confident enough to create the conditions of succes...

GENERAL ELECTION

As ever the challenge will be execution

By By Ben Page | 09 July 2024

If parties campaign in poetry and govern in prose, after a thrilling campaign, the fun starts her...

ECONOMIC GROWTH

Why Labour must seize the moment for a new kind of growth

By Annabel Smith | 08 July 2024

The new Government must take a bold approach to inclusive growth if it is to fulfil its electoral...

GENERAL ELECTION

The sector did itself proud

By Peter Stanyon | 08 July 2024

Regardless of issues, the General Election was successfully delivered, says Peter Stanyon — but c...

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