Community groups are braced for yet more cuts

A. H.
February 2016
Third Sector;Feb2016, Issue 821, p57
Trade Publication
The article views that community groups in Great Britain are braced for more budget cuts based on the November 2015 spending review by the Brtish government. Issues tackled are the involvement of communities in the government's decision making on spending, the power given to local authorities to raise a levy on council tax to pay for adult social care, the need of community groups for support and guidance on issues such as governance and safeguarding, and funding settlement for councils.


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