There have been long-standing issues across the adult social care market, which COVID-19 has further impacted. These include increasing signs of market-stress, data limitations, and high staff vacancy rates and turnover levels. At the same time, there is an increasing demand for care due to an ageing and growing population with more complex needs, and … Read more
This report examines the effectiveness of the government’s approach to reducing childhood obesity in England.
9 Sep 2020
This report sets out insights for government from its preparations for EU Exit.
4 Sep 2020
Single Living Accommodation (SLA) is accommodation provided to single and unaccompanied service personnel, normally by means of a Mess or accommodation block. The effective management and maintenance of SLA is crucial to providing a suitable estate that meets both the needs of the Ministry of Defence (MoD) and service personnel, and secures value for money … Read more
Our study will examine the evolving financial pressures on local government and the support provided from central government.
Introduction to the topic Evidence has shown that high-quality early education and childcare can support children’s development and improve their outcomes. The Department for Education funds three entitlements to free early education and childcare in England: The disadvantage entitlement: 15 hours per week for disadvantaged 2-year-olds The universal entitlement: 15 hours per week for all … Read more
29 Jul 2020
The C&AG has qualified his audit opinion on the 2018-19 accounts of Greenwich Hospital.
27 Jul 2020
The C&AG has reported on the 2019-20 accounts of the Home Office.
23 Jul 2020
The study will evaluate how effectively government identified and met the needs of vulnerable people.
This report examines the effectiveness of HMRC’s approach, in partnership with HM Treasury, in reducing the tax gap.
22 Jul 2020