Government is quietly shifting costs of public services on to individuals.
A parliamentary inquiry is likely to be the best way to secure long-term funding for health and social care.
The creation of NHS England has failed to take the politics out of healthcare provision in England.
Our analysis reveals the key decision points that the Chancellor faces in the run-up to his first Autumn Budget.
Until recently the Government managed to maintain the quality of public services while controlling spending. But this approach has now run out of steam.
Providing much-needed clarity on what would help people involved in integrating public services locally to share experiences and improve outcomes on the ground.
Analysing the experiences of four different organisations that endured serious failures, but managed to successfully return to providing good services for citizens.
This interactive timeline shows the key national attempts to join up public services at a local level from 1997 to 2015.
This early discussion paper synthesises the existing literature on the barriers to joining up public services around local, citizen needs and insights on how to tackle them.
Our research has highlighted a lack of practical information and support for those designing, managing and stewarding public service markets across central and local government. Our interactive diagnostic tool allow you to analyse a particular public service market in depth