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Only a bespoke workforce deal with the EU would allow the public sector to recruit top-end talent as well as sufficient numbers of skilled workers and lower-skilled staff, according to finance chiefs.
More than six out of ten council chief executives and leaders believe Brexit will be damaging to their local economy, a new survey has revealed.
Council chiefs have urged the Government to create a ‘locally-driven’ successor to EU aid as MPs warn Whitehall too slow in allocating Brexit resources.
Council chiefs yesterday called on the Government to provide ‘urgent clarity’ over how it will replace current European Union structural funds post-Brexit.
Leaving the EU will weaken support for disabled people unless the Government shores up the voluntary social care sector, according to a new report.
Public sector leaders have called for a radical shake-up of the way regional funding now coming from the EU is shared out after Brexit.
Five UK cities bidding to be European Capital of Culture have issued a statement questioning legality of the EU’s decision to exclude them from the award.
The leaders of three London councils have written directly to the EU’s chief negotiator on Brexit, urging him to safeguard the rights of EU citizens living in the capital.
A new commission has been launched tasked with exploring the risks and opportunities of Brexit for public services.
Basildon Council has been awarded €600,000 - nearly £546,000 - of EU funding as it takes the lead in a project designed to revitalise its town centre.