Liverpool's free school meals success story
LIVERPOOL CITY COUNCIL

Liverpool's free school meals success story

By Jose Bachoir | 09 July 2024

Jose Bachoir looks at a successful scheme in Liverpool for the swift delivery of funds for the free school meals programme, to ensure uninterrupted access to support during holidays

TRUSSELL TRUST

Ending the need for food banks

By Arianne Clarke | 03 July 2024

Trussell Trust policy manager Beatrice Orchard and research officer Arianne Clarke set out what t...

HEALTH

Foundations for a healthy future

By Gwen Nightingale | 11 June 2024

Creating a healthy society for all needs action across all parts of the system and something diff...

HEALTH

What next?

By Ben Page | 11 June 2024

Overall there is plenty of sense in what Labour has promised – as ever the challenge will be exec...

LONDON COUNCILS

Costly housing crisis support crowds out prevention

By Jon Rowney | 15 May 2024

Jon Rowney says financial pressure on councils caused by the lack of affordable homes risks beco...

WHITEHALL

Blow to council hopes for cash boost

By Michael Burton | 23 April 2024

The prospect of extra cash for councils has faded further with the latest public finance figures ...

FINANCE

Distribution of funding is the trickiest area for councils

By Adele Taylor | 20 March 2024

It is time for the whole sector to come together with a strong voice to say enough is enough, wr...

CHILDREN'S SERVICES

Tackling poverty in the North of Tyne: A combined approach

By Adrian Dougherty | 15 March 2024

Patience has been key to a North of Tyne Combined Authority programme addressing child poverty, i...

WELFARE

Budget: Household Support Fund extended

By William Eichler | 06 March 2024

A scheme aimed at supporting the most vulnerable households will be extended for another six mont...

WELFARE

Chancellor needs to show compassion to most vulnerable

By Cllr Elizabeth Campbell | 05 March 2024

Tomorrow’s Budget provides an opportunity for the chancellor to protect those most in need of fin...

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