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The Institute for Fiscal Studies has warned that there are ‘more tough decisions to come’ in the forthcoming Budget, and there are likely to be further cuts to public funding and departmental spending.
This comes shortly after Prime Minister David Cameron announced his ‘life chances’ agenda, and his commitment to intervene earlier in the lives of some of the most vulnerable people in the UK.
The Prime Minister has praised the potential of the charity sector to help him achieve this goal, and the Budget will go a long way to show charities how much financial help the Government is prepared to provide.
This new paper anticipates how new announcements may affect UK charities, and where new spending might originate. It focuses on key areas of work associated with the life chances agenda, and charities involved in prison reform, stronger communities, and better housing.
This report anticipates some of the changes the Spending Review will bring and the likely effects on charities.
NPC’s analysis of the 2015 Spending Review and its implications for the voluntary sector.
Tony Blair’s governments reformed public services to give opportunity to those that needed it most. David Cameron’s first government sought to control public spending as the UK emerged from the financial
In recent years social investment has emerged as a new source of funding for addressing complex social problems. For local authorities, this is not just an opportunity to bring in additional funding,
This report is a summary of the key findings and policy implications of a major research project, conducted over three years, on the cuts to local government budgets in England and Scotland. The study