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Shaun Bailey talks to Tom Clarke (23) about family breakdown in Britain and the role of religious groups in fostering a sense of community.
David Cameron’s long-awaited speech on Europe made some good points about the EU’s current crisis of legitimacy and the imperative to reconnect the European project to its citizens.
Today the Public Services (Social Value) Act 2012, also known as the Social Value Act, which I introduced over two and a half years ago, will be officially implemented across public sector bodies including NHS Trusts, local authorities and central government departments.
Today, the Public Services (Social Value) Act comes into force. The new legislation requires local authorities and other commissioners, including housing associations, to consider the social impact of their public service contracts before they start the procurement process.
Theme: Engagement & Participation
Linda Epstein (17) talks to David Blunkett MP about engagement, citizenship programs and how politicians can connect with young people more effectively.
Theme: Authorities & Institutions
Vicky Caswell (21) asks Kate Green MP to identify some of the reasons why some young people feel disengaged from the political process and the institutions that govern their lives.
Recently, in the Conservative Party, there have been a slew of speeches, pamphlets and exhortations arguing to extend the ‘modernising’ project if the party is to stay in power.
The Political and Constitutional Reform Committee yesterday published their report, Prospects for codifying the relationship between central and local government, which detailed the findings of the Committee’s inquiry into the constitutional status of local government and its relationship with central government.
Panel debate featuring ResPublica’s Phillip Blond at HowTheLightGetsIn Festival 2012.
Britain’s financial services sector is our single most successful industry. It is our biggest exporter – providing the foreign currency we need to pay for other imports; it contributes one in every eight pounds of the taxes that pay for our public services; and it employs (directly and in related businesses) over two million people: not only in the City of London – but all over the United Kingdom.
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