WHITEHALL

EXCLUSIVE: NAO to consider early intervention report

By Dan Peters | 24 January 2022

The National Audit Office (NAO) is to consider a report on early intervention and prevention after lobbying from the sector, The MJ understands.

WHITEHALL

More cash as Troubled Families rebranded

By William Eichler | 29 March 2021

The Government has rebranded its Troubled Families programme and pledged £165m.

TROUBLED FAMILIES

'We're still not doing what works in many areas'

By Ann McGauran | 15 December 2020

Are the Government’s latest early years’ initiatives enough to improve the life chances for vulne...

TROUBLED FAMILIES

Call to release 'trapped' troubled families funding

By Martin Ford | 21 May 2020

Bureaucracy threatens to hold up cash needed to support vulnerable children, the County Councils ...

CHILDREN'S SERVICES

Securing our future, today

By Rachel Dickinson | 28 January 2020

Rachel Dickinson warns of the dangers of not making significant long-term investment in children’...

TROUBLED FAMILIES

Troubled Families scheme gets £165m funding boost

By Laura Sharman | 06 January 2020

The Government has confirmed up to £165m extra funding to support the Troubled Families programme.

TROUBLED FAMILIES

Transforming public services

By Pat Ritchie | 20 August 2019

The decision five years ago to wind up Whitehall’s Transformation Unit resulted in a loss of capa...

FINANCE

What future for local services?

By Graham Atkins | 02 July 2019

As public sector finance specialists prepare to attend CIPFA's annual conference in Birmingham t...

WHITEHALL

Civil service chief calls for more cross-Whitehall working

By Michael Burton | 14 June 2019

Whitehall chief Sir Mark Sedwill has called for more cross-boundary working among civil servants ...

FINANCE

Troubled Families is not the Holy Grail

By Dan Corry | 02 April 2019

There are lessons to be learned from the Troubled Families experiment, as Dan Corry outlines

TROUBLED FAMILIES

Keeping intervention uppermost in mind

By Martin Ford | 26 March 2019

Dame Louise Casey, creator of the Troubled Families programme, says the vindication given by the ...

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