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Rochdale Boroughwide Housing welcomes Responsible Recovery, reports the Manchester Gazette.
In the 1960s a local newspaper hailed a ‘plan for gracious living’ in a new town that would be home to more than 15,000 escapees from Liverpool‘s slums and deprivation.
In reviewing the last few days’ barrage of opinion on how David Cameron should be connecting with the voters, the main point of contention between commentators could be summarised as ‘representing the interests of blue-collar C(c)onservatives’ versus ‘acting out of fairness for the common good’.
The Mid Staffs NHS scandal will not go away. The collapse of the hospital trust into administration and the subsequent resignation of two board members ensures that the wound will continue to bleed, ratcheting up the pressure on the embattled NHS chief executive Sir David Nicholson.
In January 2013 the Greater Manchester Poverty Commission reported that 600,000 people were living in ‘extreme poverty’ and a further 1.6 million – nearly half the conurbation’s total – were at risk of sliding into poverty.
Inside Housing on ResPublica’s report Responsible Recovery.
24dash reports on ResPublica’s new publication.
Caroline Julian, a senior researcher at ResPublica, has been awarded a Winston Churchill Memorial Trust Fellowship to pursue her research on community energy.
Unemployment continues to fall. The latest figures, published last week, showed that the number of people looking for work and claiming unemployment benefits fell by 12,500 in the last month to stand at 1.54 million.
The recent ONS figures on unemployment present, at face value, a positive picture for economic growth. However, the rise in employment was largely boosted by youth unemployment figures, whereas the number of long-term claimants has stagnated.
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