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Report: give English "metro areas" more powers over transport, skills and immigration to boost national growth

Giving England's built-up 'metro areas' more control over regional transport, skills training and immigration, as well as more powers to raise and retain certain taxes, could boost national economic growth by as much as £79 billion annually by 2030, a year-long... 23 Oct 2014

London Health Commission recommendations on healthcare delivery could be "revolutionary", says expert

A new approach to healthcare delivery based on patient need, a £1 billion programme to refurbish and extend the opening hours of doctors' surgeries and a new London-based 'Centre for Digital Health' are among the main recommendations of a new report on the... 15 Oct 2014

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Online-only public services risks disadvantaging disabled people, campaign group warns

Moving public services entirely online risks disadvantaging a section of society whose members are digitally disengaged because of constraints they face such as health factors, Disability Wales has said. 15 Oct 2014

Outsourcing companies would be beneficiaries of predicted 'fourth revolution' of radical scaled-down government, says Economist editor

A radical scaling down of the size of government and the scope of public services would create opportunities for outsourcing companies and firms running services for governments, according to John Micklethwait, editor in chief of The Economist.  08 Oct 2014

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