Archives for October 7th, 1998

MOD MODERNISES ITS IMAGE AS AN EMPLOYER

Headlines, PublicNet: 7 October, 1998

The Ministry of Defence has launched what it calls a ‘whole life’ approach to the men and women who join the services.In the past the MOD has been criticised by some ex-servicemen and women for a lack of support once they leave.

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MATRONS AND PRIVATE FINANCE WAY AHEAD FOR NHS

Headlines, PublicNet: 7 October, 1998

The Conservatives are calling for more private sector funding and the return of matrons for the NHS.Shadow Secretary of State for Health Ann Widdecombe told the party conference that she wants a further year of debate on the future of health care.

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THE GLUE THAT BINDS – THE VALUE OF PUBLIC SERVICES

Book News, PublicNet: 7 October, 1998

In the first annual report on the state of Britain’s public services, the Public Management Foundation and MORI conducted a joint survey of over 1,000 people across the UK. The findings demonstrate a popular consensus about the value of public services. 94% of the population believe that public services are essential in a modern society and 97% believe they should be there for everyone. Less than 20% agree with the proposition that public services are a luxury the country can no longer afford.Public Management Foundation: ?6.00 Tel: (0171) 278 1712 Fax: (0171)
837 6581 Email: pmf@pmfoundation.org.uk.

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