Children’s Services In Spending Review Exposes Government’s Hollow Rhetoric


Children’s Services In Spending Review Exposes Government’s Hollow Rhetoric

More broadly, the Local Government Association (LGA) has said central government funding for local councils will fall by 24% by 2019-20, a £4.1 billion cut, which occurs in the context of “almost £10 billion in further demand-led cost pressures facing councils by the end of the decade”. The central government grant the Department for Communities and Local Government gives to councils will fall by 56% by 2019-20.


After months of pledges and statements about child protection and children’s services, children’s social work is offered little in the spending review…

Source: Silence on children’s services in spending review exposes government’s hollow rhetoric


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