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Queen’s Speech – On the Day Briefing 2017
LGA responds to Queen's Speech
LGA Annual Conference and Exhibition 2017
Understanding secure email guidance
In response to requests from councils the LGA has commissioned guidance to support the use of secure email across local government.
Meeting the public health needs of the armed forces: a resource for local authorities and health professionals
This resource has been developed for local authorities, local Defence Medical Services and those supporting the health needs of the armed forces community in England.
Appointments to LGA Boards and of national and regional lead peers 2017-2018
This paper details the new Bills of relevance to local government and outlines our local government priorities, including issues which are not in the Queen’s Speech.
Queen’s Speech: LGA responds to draft Domestic Violence and Abuse Bill
Cllr Simon Blackburn, Chair of the Local Government Association’s Safer and Stronger Communities Board, responds to the Draft Domestic Violence and Abuse Bill, announced in the Queen’s Speech.
Queen's Speech: LGA responds to mental health reform
Chairman of the LGA’s Community Wellbeing Board, Cllr Izzi Seccombe, says the mental wellbeing of local communities is fundamental to a healthy and prosperous society and a new Draft Mental Health Bill provides an opportunity to prioritise this.
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Local government is already the most efficient, transparent and trusted part of the public sector. In this time of austerity, we will also need to be even more ambitious when it comes to reshaping services in the future.