New London Councils’ venture Advice Aid hailed a success

New London Councils’ venture Advice Aid has been hailed a success! London Ventures, a joint partnership between EY and London Councils, aims to harness private sector innovations to help provide solutions for London local authorities. One such venture partner is Advice Aid, who help local

There are too many walled gardens within the NHS

The Health and Social Care Secretary, Matt Hancock, has recently pledged almost half a billion pounds to transform technology within the NHS in an attempt to reduce staff workloads and improve patient care There are many different parties working to bring the NHS forward, including

Arrest made following stabbing at Eventim Apollo

Detectives investigating a non-fatal stabbing at the Eventim Apollo on Tuesday, 4 September have made an arrest. A 37-year-old man was arrested today (Wednesday, 19 September) on suspicion of GBH. He remains in custody at a south London police station. Police were called to the

London Councils at Lib Dem conference

London Councils hosted an event the Liberal Democrat conference in Brighton earlier this week, exploring ‘What should the Spending Review do for London?’. The discussion was chaired by Richard Brown, Research Director from Centre for London and led by an expert panel of speakers: Cllr Ruth

HMRC’s Nick Lodge joins the Bank of England

Nick Lodge, Director General of HMRC’s Strategy Group, has taken up a new position with the Bank of England. He was first appointed to HMRC’s Executive Committee in 2012 as Director General for Benefits and Credits, and was formally appointed an HMRC Commissioner in the