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Local authorities in Wales need to improve the governance and financial management arrangements they have in place, Auditor concludes.
Scotland's smallest mainland council must take ‘decisive action’ to find nearly £30m in savings over the next three years, auditors say.
Local authorities in Wales need to do more to tackle the ‘underlying causes’ of homelessness, auditor says.
There is ‘clear scope for improvement’ in procurement arrangements at the local level in Wales, auditors find.
The Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) in Cambridgeshire is causing the area ‘reputational damage’ the combined authority’s mayor has warned.
The Welsh government’s programme designed to deliver housing-related support services needs ‘improvement’, say auditors.
Councils are set to save millions after the launch of a new national body which has secured lower-cost contracts for auditing services.
Inverclyde Council has made ‘significant improvements’ in its financial management and service delivery, auditors find.
The £11.4bn funding plans to upgrade England’s major roads may not be deliverable or affordable, the public spending watchdog has warned today.
At least one in three of England’s 152 upper-tier councils are facing ‘severe financial challenges’ in 2018/19, a top auditor has warned.