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Report highlights potential benefits of criminal justice devolution

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School maintenance backlog hits £6.7bn, auditors find - It would cost the government at least £6.7bn to bring the school estate in England up to a satisfactory standard, a review by the National Audit Office has highlighted today.

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MPs slam ‘inconsistent’ application of benefit sanctions - The government’s inconsistently in applying benefit sanctions is unacceptable and should end, MPs on the public accounts committee have said.

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Mackay announces business rate relief scheme for Scotland - Scottish finance secretary Derek Mackay has announced a £44m business rates relief package in the hope of heading off a threatened campaign of non-payment among Scottish businesses outraged at the prospect of massively increased bills as a consequence of revaluation.

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Social care reform is coming, Javid pledges as finance settlement confirmed

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King’s Fund: government must defend ‘controversial’ STPs - Ministers must be prepared to champion controversial proposals for hospital reorganisations in sustainability and transformation plans developed across England, the King’s Fund has said.

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NHS providers post £900m deficit in financial year to date - NHS providers have amassed a deficit of almost £900m in the first nine months of the current financial year, driven by high demand in a “challenging winter”, official figures have shown.

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North needs infrastructure finance powers to boost growth, says think-tank

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Deficit figures tell only part of the NHS finances story - Great efforts have been made to control NHS spending, but providers may have hit the limit of the ‘make do and mend’ approach

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Javid backs business rate change - Local government secretary Sajid Javid has defended the government’s revaluation of business rates, stating that thousands of businesses across the country will get lower bills as a result of the change.
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