Despite a declining workforce, GPs are delivering more appointments than ever, though this may be increasing workloads and burnout.
Despite more funding and higher staff numbers, hospitals are struggling to return to pre-pandemic performance levels.
Public services are crumbling in the face of workforce problems, years of underinvestment, and current spending plans. A new approach is needed.
Neighbourhood services – libraries, road maintenance, and waste collection – entered the pandemic with reduced or changed amenities.
The sector faces workforce shortages alongside increasing demands; with referrals at pre-pandemic levels and an increasingly complex caseload.
A recruitment crisis, problems with pupil attendance and the presence of RAAC are all presenting challenges for schools.
A good relationship with Number 10 is key to being a successful minister.
How can government keep workers in the NHS, schools and police?
What can this and future governments learn from the UK's successes in offshore wind policy in the 2010s?
The NHS’s recent travails have led once again to claims that the model is “broken” and that the answer is to change how health care is funded.