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Sustainability and transformation plans in the NHS: how are they being developed in practice?

This report argues that STPs offer the best hope to improve health and care services despite having been beset by problems so far. STPs have been strongly criticised by politicians, local authority leaders and patient groups and this report supports many of the criticisms, including patchy involvement of local government, clinicians, frontline staff and patients, and that there is a lack of a governance structure or formal authority for STP leaders. Despite this, the report supports the idea behind STPs and offers suggestions for helping to make them work better. The report is accompanied by a timeline exploring the development of STPs since December 2015.

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Cities alive: a walking world

This report highlights the significant social, economic, environmental and political benefits of walking. It lists 40 actions that city leaders can consider to inform walking policy, strategy and design. These actions are informed by a catalogue of international case studies that will inspire action and further aid cities in identifying and evaluating opportunities.

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Cutting down: the reality of budget cuts to local tobacco control: a survey of tobacco control leads in local authorities in England

This report, carried out by Action on Smoking and Health (ASH) and Cancer Research UK, outlines the results of a survey of tobacco control leads in local authorities in England. The report finds that smoking cessation services are facing ongoing budget cuts, with 59 per cent of respondents reporting that they were forced to reduce their funding to services in the past year. The report calls on public and local councillors to help protect smoking cessation services by urging the government to solve the public health funding crisis.

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The tide effect: how the world is changing its mind on cannabis legalisation

The Tide Effect argues that the legalisation of cannabis in the UK is both overdue and imperative. The report from the Adam Smith Institute suggests that current attempts to control consumption through prohibition do not work and have not done so for many decades. A properly regulated market, says the report, would provide tax revenues, ensure that the drug meets acceptable standards, and help protect public health.

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Unlocking the power of local: reflections on the new place leadership

This essay collection brings together a selection of voices, representing different institutions and stakeholders in places, to show how place leadership is already emerging. The essays highlight the interconnectedness of local services, institutions and organisations and how a shared vision can help to deliver the best outcomes for local people.

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