The Reformer Blog

The Week, 19 April 2018

20 April 2018, by Andrew Haldenby

This week the health service, the courts and the rest of the criminal justice system discussed the potential of...

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The Week, 13 April 2018

13 April 2018, by Eleonora Harwich

This week has served as a reminder of the importance of data ethics in the public sector. The Department for Education...

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The great training robbery: assessing the first year of the apprenticeship levy

13 April 2018, by Tom Richmond

When you hear the word ‘apprenticeship’, what image springs to mind? Perhaps a young person in the workplace, being...

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The Week, 6 April 2018

6 April 2018, by Jim Boyd

This week, NHS leaders in Dorset have integrated care and health systems with the aim of reducing financial...

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Risky business? An introduction to risk in the procurement of public services

5 April 2018, by Rose Lasko-Skinner

The public-private debate has been renewed and government outsourcing is under scrutiny. Since the collapse of...

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The Week, 29 March 2018

29 March 2018

This week, the Prime Minister and Health Secretary called for multi-year funding settlements for the NHS to meet...

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