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Joining the digital conversation – How police and public can join together to solve crime

There are growing indications that public sector organisations are getting up to speed with the digital revolution and making increasingly active use of social media networks to engage and collaborate with the public. […]

Proof reading guide for students – FREE e book

Cleland Thom is offering a free ebook to students with no catches and will be useful for anyone doing dissertations at the moment and lots more. […]

Paragon's donation gives Streetscape wheels

Paragon Software Systems has donated a Ford Transit van to Streetscape, a social enterprise providing opportunities for young unemployed people in London. Streetscape runs apprenticeships that help young people find employment as landscape gardeners and Paragon, the routing and scheduling software company, has been a loyal Streetscape supporter since its launch in 2009. […]

A Long-term low carbon energy STRATEGY is vital for A prosperous UK

An urgent remodelling of the UK’s energy infrastructure is vital if the country wants to decarbonise without -the lights going out and not be reliant on imported energy supplies, says a new report by the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment (SSEE) at the University of Oxford. […]

Charity warns 'short sighted' NICE risks compromising care of men with prostate cancer

Men with prostate cancer are at risk of being left behind those with other common cancers thanks to a spate of recent moves by the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE), The Prostate Cancer Charity has warned. […]

Local Government ' Facing the challenges

Local Government in the UK is facing an unprecedented set of challenges. The draconian cuts in funding brought about by the parlous state of the UK’s public finances mean that it must reduce its expenditure by around 30% over a four-year period. At the same time factors such as the ageing population and the economic downturn are driving increasing demand for some local government services.There is also pressure to improve services such as education and social care. […]