Councils will now be able to tailor their services to residents’ needs by drawing on a wide-ranging set of data concerning ‘wellbeing’.
The Victorian’s were ‘happier’ than we are today and 1957 was the ‘happiest’ year of the twentieth century, new research into the relationship between happiness and public policy reveals.
Rural communities are suffering due to the ‘patchy’ provision of key services, a ‘worrying’ new report reveals.
It costs local councils £6.4bn a year to deal with damaging social problems affecting children and their families, new research has revealed.
Mike Gill considers whether Sustainability and Transformation Plans can actually be delivered in such a short timeframe.
Post hospital support for older patients improves their quality of life and reduces readmittance rates, new research reveals.
A leading charity has joined forces with global leaders to produce advice for councils on how to improve people's sense of wellbeing.
Over a quarter of a million girls in Britain are unhappy, with huge numbers struggling with the way they look, according to a children’s charity.
The controversial named person policy in Scotland will go ahead despite being delayed by a UK Supreme Court ruling, deputy first minister John Swinney has confirmed.
Gambling operators will need to produce risk assessments to show how they are reducing harm in their local areas under new regulations that came into effect from today.