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  • Weekend news round-up 09.10.17

    NHS push to recruit domiciliary staff ‘threatens wider care system’ – LGC Plus NHS clinical negligence claims ‘one of government’s biggest liabilities’ – Public Finance UK among 32 signatory countries to Tallinn eGovernment Declaration – Public Technology Country’s largest NHS trust to deploy digital patient feedback system – Public Technology Exclusive: One in five practices […]

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  • Weekend public sector news round-up 25.09.17

    Here’s the latest round up of public sector news from the weekend: Public sector borrowing soars by £2bn in one year, ONS finds – Public Sector Executive Borrowing in the public sector was £2bn higher in June than it was at the same time last year, figures released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) […]

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  • Weekend public sector news round-up 18.09.17

    Council DTOC reduction targets ‘counterproductive’ to easing pressure on NHS – LGC Plus John Sinnott: Care systems must be truly accountable – LGC Plus GMB highlights 1 million public sector jobs lost since 2010 – Public Finance Civil service’s major barriers to tech adoption refusing to budge, report finds – Public Technology BMA predicts £3.4bn […]

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  • Weekend news round-up 28.08.17

    Public bodies go local as over £1bn spent on digital services with SMEs – Public Sector Executive Half of GPs say changes made because of CQC inspections have not improved care – GP Online New faces appointed onto GPC England executive team – GP Online West of England CCGs plan merger – GP Online Practices […]

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  • Weekend news round-up 21.08.17

    GP out-of-hours cooperative cuts staff and pleads with NHS to pay more – Pulse Today UK ‘over-reliant’ on large public contracts, says Taxpayers’ Alliance – Public Finance BMA chair will support GPs’ decision in industrial action ballot – GP Online GP out-of-hours cooperative cuts staff and pleads with NHS to pay more – Pulse Today […]

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  • Weekend news round-up 14.08.17

    Here’s the latest round up of public sector news from the weekend: Altered states – Public Sector Executive Getting the most from the public sector in a time of adversity – Public Sector Executive Thinking outside the box for the workforce of tomorrow – Public Sector Executive Exclusive: Indemnity costs strip equivalent of 2,500 GPs […]

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  • Weekend news round-up 07.08.17

    Here’s the latest round up of public sector news from the weekend: Delivering social value in public sector procurement – Public Sector Executive Process changes ‘could save NHS hundreds of millions’ – Public Finance Exclusive: GP industrial action ballot on a knife-edge, poll suggests – GP Online Negativity in general practice ‘is worst I’ve known’, […]

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  • In the middle of a change reaction

    Not that many of us can admit that they truly enjoy change. And I don’t mean a change in holiday destination, choosing something different on a menu or even a new job from time to time. I mean the bigger changes taking place, mainly in the workplace. For most people, it’s just not in their […]

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  • Budget Bingo or a Bingo Budget?

    Unsurprisingly, this week’s Budget reiterated that austerity will continue for another two to three years at least. We didn’t really need a reminder – it was a bit like when you’ve pressed the snooze button on your alarm by accident. At least the really really big numbers we saw a couple of years ago seem […]

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  • Guest blog: What we can learn from Adventures in Wonderland

    “My dear, here we must run as fast as we can, just to stay in place. And if you wish to go anywhere you must run twice as fast as that.” Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland Have you ever felt that you had to work really hard just to stay in the same place? Like […]

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