- Education lure for youth. Day, Karen // Public Finance;07/16/99, p10
Reports the federal education programs for the youth in Great Britain. Efforts of the government to keep teenagers in school; Financial incentives given to institutions supporting the program; Susceptibility of students to crimes and drugs; Effects of dropping out on students.
- Schools and unis get ready for massive govt. spending cut. // Education (14637073);2/27/2009, Issue 345, p3
The article briefly reports on preparations in Great Britain for cuts to government spending on education in the wake of bailouts of the financial sector. The heads of schools and universities said they were beginning to set money aside, and expected cuts to a funding program to renovate all...
- Extra cash means extra controls over schools. Day, Karen // Public Finance;7/19/2002, p8
Reports the plans of Education Secretary Estelle Morris of Great Britain for the allocation of the increased government funding for education. Grants to head teachers and teaching assistants; Plans for leadership incentive grants; Designation of advanced schools; Reaction of teachers' unions.
- Private finance public interest. Eglin, Roger // Management Today;May95, p60
Discusses the move by the British government to spin off many of the public sector functions to private companies. Some concerns of skeptics; Role of private capital in public spending; Creation of the Private Finance Panel; Problems to encounter in contractual negotiations between the...
- In brief. // Public Finance;7/29/94, p3
Reports on public finance news in brief. Includes Capita Group's half-year results for 1994 with interim pre-tax profits up by 33%; Corporation of London's awarding of a five million pound contract for billing and collection to CSL Managed Services; Scottish local government as being set-up in...
- In brief. // Public Finance;7/29/94, p5
Reports on public finance news in brief. Includes Merging Mersey and North West RHAs as saving four million pounds; Cooperation between doctors and nurses as improving patient record-keeping; The NHS code of conduct and accountability as costing 9,431 pounds to print and distribute; David...
- NEW MONEY TRANSITION FUND. // Regeneration & Renewal;12/6/2010, p17
The article offers information on the Transition Fund which comes from the British Office for Civil Society in the Cabinet Office for helping voluntary and community organisations, charities, and social enterprises when it comes to adjusting public spending budgets.
- In brief. // Public Finance;3/17/95, p3
Reports on developments related to public finance in Great Britain as of March 17, 1995. Includes tax increase based on property and income; Audit Commission's opposition to the Labour Party's call to extend the remit of an inquiry into Lambeth LBC's fraud case; Scottish councils' protests...
- In brief. // Public Finance;3/17/95, p5
Reports on developments related to public finance in Great Britain as of March 17, 1995. Includes `NHS Executive' journal's launch of its guide to National Health Service (NHS) jargon; Mental Health Foundation's criticism of government funding for the severely mentally ill; NHS capital assets...