This new long read looks at the brexit issues of most relevance to local government – it focuses on four critical ones: how has local government been involved; European funding; the future public sector workforce; and devolution and subsidiarity.
This collection collates LGiU Scotland content from 2017 and early 2018 on finance, covering everything from a basic guide to local government finance to a look at the latest Accounts Commission report into local government finance, as well as issues relating to private finance, business and commercial approaches.
In January 2017, the LGiU committed to exploring three core policy questions over the course of the year: Finance: How should local government be funded? Democracy: How can we strengthen local democracy? Services: How do we design public services that are fit for the future? This series of essays draws on the last year of […]
Richard Kerley wonders if we can learn to love minority government.