AI – progress to a local government future
AI

AI – progress to a local government future

By Paul Marinko | 16 July 2024

Following a discussion last year on what AI promised for the councils of the future, The MJ and Penna reconvened a group of experts in the field to discuss progress so far. Paul Marinko reports

GENERAL ELECTION

Managing the art of the possible

By Rob Whiteman CBE | 08 July 2024

Despite the urgent issues in local government that need addressing by the new Government, the rea...

Resolving the housing crisis

04 July 2024

The Home Builders Federation's (HBF) policy and external affairs manager, Laura Markus, discusses...

LABOUR PARTY

Forging ahead with optimism

By Ann McGauran | 03 July 2024

Labour’s Dame Meg Hillier talks to Ann McGauran about doing slow politics, the ‘big nasties’ any ...

HEALTH

Time for a health reboot

By Aidan Rave | 02 July 2024

NHS and local government leaders could use the new parliamentary session to reset their relations...

FINANCE

The reality behind the pledges

26 June 2024

A week ahead of the General Election, The MJ delves into the manifestos of the three main parties...

FINANCE

A fiscal crossroads for Labour

By Dan Peters | 25 June 2024

Will an incoming Labour government seize the initiative on fiscal devolution as a way of driving ...

HEALTH

Promises, promises

By Lee Peart | 25 June 2024

The main three political parties’ manifestos were big on promises for health and social care but ...

FINANCE

Avoiding the iceberg

By David Phillips | 18 June 2024

David Phillips suggests steps the next government and councils should take to alleviate the secto...

FINANCE

A letter to the new PM

By Steve Leach | 11 June 2024

Steve Leach and Colin Copus write to the next Prime Minister with ideas for strengthening local g...

ECONOMIC GROWTH

Axeing UKSPF will harm poorest areas

By Lee Peart | 04 June 2024

The IFS has warned axeing the UK Shared Prosperity Fund would hit poorer regions the most, but th...

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Highways Development Control Manager

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A permanent opportunity has arisen within the Highways Development Control Team. Apply for this job

Wirral Borough Council

Chief Operating Officer

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Candidates must bring an impressive track record of achieving lasting change. Apply for this job

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Legal Services Manager & Deputy Monitoring Officer

£52,381 - £54,523 per annum (pay award pending)

Mansfield District Council is offering an exciting opportunity for an experienced Lawyer. Apply for this job

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