Inequality

Council chiefs call for ‘power and control’ over funding after Brexit

27/02/2019

Leaving the EU risks exacerbating regional inequalities, but it also provides an opportunity to rethink the Government’s approach to regional funding.

Experts warn of ‘economically irresponsible’ health inequalities

13/12/2018

Senior public health experts have called for action to halt growing inequality in provision of services in the north of England compared to the South.

Over four million older people do not have access to care services

13/12/2018

A long-term fix to pay for adult social care has been 'kicked into the long grass', local government leaders have warned.

Whitehall 'neglecting' smaller cities and towns, report warns

03/10/2018

The Government’s focus on major cities ‘neglects’ the contribution that smaller cities, towns and communities can make to economic growth, according to study.

UK plagued by ‘stubborn’ health inequalities

11/09/2018

A report looking at the state of the nation’s health has revealed that the rich live nearly 20 more years than the poor on average.

Poorest households not benefiting from ‘wealth boom’, think tank says

03/09/2018

Many of Britain’s poorest households have not benefited from the country’s post-financial crisis ‘wealth boom’, think tank finds.

Labour warn of ‘shameful’ inequality in education system

21/08/2018

Students in the poorest areas in England are nine times more likely than those in the wealthiest areas to be in a school rated as inadequate, according to an analysis of Ofsted data.

Data reveals 'significant' ethnic pay gap in the Greater London Authority Group

05/03/2018

New data has revealed there is a 'significant' pay difference between white people and those from a Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) background working for the the Greater London Authority (GLA) Group.

Older women suffer ‘shocking’ inequalities

07/12/2017

Older people suffer from ‘shocking’ inequalities with women in particular losing out, an older persons charity has warned.

UK most ‘geographically unbalanced’ economy in Europe, warns think tank

06/09/2017

The UK is the most ‘geographically unbalanced’ economy in Europe, think tank says after council chiefs warn of stalled devolution agenda.

Coastal communities ‘worst performing areas’, according to new study

05/09/2017

Britain’s coastal communities are among the worst ranked parts of the country across a range of economic and social indicators, new report finds.

Highways jobs

Director, Governance and Improvement

City of York Council
£85-95k plus relocation package
We are looking for an exceptional individual to be appointed to the position of Director of Governance and Improvement. York, North Yorkshire
Recuriter: City of York Council

Casual Cleaning Assistant

Chelmsford City Council
Grade 2 - Currently £9.00 per hour
It's exciting times at Riverside Leisure Centre with a brand-new centre opening in June 2019 and we need you to get on board and help us make this ... Chelmsford, Essex
Recuriter: Chelmsford City Council

Senior Team Leader

Redbridge London Borough Council
£35,992 to £38,994 per annum inclusive
Looking for individuals with initiative, evidence of experience in managing a street cleansing service and motivating... Redbridge, London (Greater)
Recuriter: Redbridge London Borough Council

Junior Service Desk Analyst

Chelmsford City Council
Full Time, 37 Hours, 12 Month Fixed Term Contract
We are seeking an enthusiastic, adaptable and proactive analyst to join our Service Desk team to provide customer focused first line IT technical s... Chelmsford, Essex
Recuriter: Chelmsford City Council

Part Time Receptionist

Chelmsford City Council
Grade 3 - Starting at £17,931 per annum, pro rata and rising to £19,131 per annum, pro rata
Join our friendly team welcoming our customers to the South Woodham Ferrers Leisure Centre. You will be flexible, self-motivated and able to deal c... Chelmsford, Essex
Recuriter: Chelmsford City Council

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