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  1. Jan 26

    Commissioning post-Carillion: Keep it Local

    Be in no doubt: the outsourcing of government contracts to large companies clearly unsuitable to deliver...

    Keep it Local, Localism, Policy
  2. Jun 6

    Policy & politics – monthly round-up

    Just the facts - in brief: everything you need to know about policy and politics news for the community and voluntary sector this month.

    Keep it Local, Policy, Public sector cuts
  3. May 4

    Policy & politics – Locality’s monthly round-up

    Get the latest policy news for the community and voluntary sector - including how smaller charities have seen their incomes stagnate or fall, while the income of large charities continues to rise

  4. Feb 4

    Positive Steps Thamesmead

    The Our Place programme, which Locality delivers on behalf of the DCLG, sparks a truly holistic...

    Keep it Local, Our Place
  5. Dec 8

    Politics and policy – our monthly round-up

    Big news over the past month is the Spending Review and the Autumn Statement - find out how this will affect community organisations

    Keep it Local, Policy, Public sector cuts
  6. Nov 2

    Policy update – our monthly roundup of politics and policy

    Read our quick round-up of the latest political and policy news for the community sector

  7. Sep 29

    Policy latest: must-read news for September

    Policy news round-up from Locality for September - shake up on the Labour front bench: Government announced £17bn cuts, with £20bn more to come

  8. Sep 21

    Devolution Deals: how you can get your neighbourhood involved

    Tony Armstrong calls on neighbourhoods to get involved in Devolution Deals

  9. Aug 3

    Why the public sector can’t care how we want it to

    Malcolm Fallow from East Durham Trust on why we have a nation of frustrated teachers and health service staff who know the solutions but can't apply them

  10. May 29

    12 gifs that show why we need to Keep it Local

    These 12 gifs show why public services are so much better when local organisations deliver them

    Keep it Local