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Health and Social Care: Cornwall doesn’t need an ‘Integrated Care Provider’

Submission to NHS England’s consultation on the contracting arrangements for Integrated Care Providers by Dr Peter Levin, formerly of the Department of Social Policy, London School of Economics and Political...

The EU Repeal Bill and what it means for Cornwall

4th July 2018 By Gavin Barker Last week, a group of policy experts came down to Cornwall to give a briefing on the impact of the EU Withdrawal Bill...

Newquay spaceport: reach for the stars, but watch your wallet and beware of half-baked big ideas

CLICK THE "As I Please" LINK (ABOVE) TO REGISTER AND READ THIS FREE ARTICLE 11th May 2018 Cornwall’s rocket scientists are all a-Twitter with excitement, and some anxiety, as...

Cornwall’s libraries: the devolution revolution has been postponed

23rd January 2018 By Rashleigh MacFarlane The transformation of Cornwall’s library service is going to take twice as long as previously thought, according to council officials. In 2015 the...

ANALYSIS – Cornwall’s health service: the shotgun wedding is a step closer, but no-one’s talking about the dowry or that slightly tricky guest list

20th December 2017 By Graham Smith Yesterday’s (Tuesday’s) Inquiry Panel investigating Cornwall Council’s proposed takeover of the National Health Service was particularly instructive – albeit unintentionally - in two...

Keeping our much loved churches open

22nd November 2017 By Abigail Kirby-Harris It is a truth universally acknowledged that everyone expects their own village church to be open and available to them – and family...