Monday, 4 March 2019

Public health 'improving under councils despite cuts'

Public health 'improving under councils despite cuts' Councils in England say there has been a marked improvement in public health since they took over responsibility for delivering services nearly six years ago, despite budget cuts.

The Local Government Association points to a fall in the number of smokers, fewer teenage pregnancies and a decrease in the suicide rate.

But it warns progress could stop if there are further funding cuts. BBC News

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