Exclusive: Lord Bob Kerslake says the prime minister lacks a plan to deliver his December election pledge to the north and Midlands.
Inequality is not just a drag on the economic potential of the UK’s regions; it is shortening people’s lives, writes former head of civil service Bob Kerslake.
More than a thousand addresses were published "in error" on the government's own website.
It requires a change of mindset
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Ministers warned at the time.
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'I am deeply concerned about the position.'
A fundamental review of the NHS is needed to address a financial crisis, Lord Kerslake said, after quitting as the boss of