The Health Foundation responded to the Public Accounts Committee inquiry on local government spending.
In our submission we outline evidence on:
- The key role of local authorities in maintaining and improving health
- The extent of the pressures currently placed on local authorities, including the public health grant funding gap and adult social care funding pressures
- The need for a cross-government approach to improve the population’s health.
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