Here’s our list of ten frontline blogs we’ve particularly liked from the week of 23rd September. Let us know which posts we’ve missed and which other bloggers we should be following for next week’s list.
A local authority officer writing anonymously on We Love Local Government describes the very human impact of the cuts. Posted on We Love Local Government.
CB describes the pressures on social workers from cuts and successive reorganisations, and why some have to leave the profession they love. Posted on Fighting Monsters.
Michael Merrick reviews Stephen Twigg and Michael Gove’s approach to family policy. Posted on Outside In.
Stephen Crossley considers whether the Coalition’s Troubled Families agenda will reduce child poverty. Posted on the North East Child Poverty Commission.
Snapper takes issue with Peter Hitchens’ complaints about the number of police officers on the beat. Posted on The Thoughts of @CanisLupusPC.
Kate Belgrave shares a few thoughts on the return of Chris Huhne and a few people she has met who’d love to be welcomed into genteel society as well, but never will be. Posted on Kate Belgrave.
Alex Marsh reflects on what Ed Miliband’s speech at Labour Conference means for housing. Posted on Alex’s Archives.
Joe Halewood questions the Labour Party’s approach to scrapping the bedroom tax. Posted on SPeye.
Emma Burnell takes heart from Labour’s success in framing the Bedroom Tax as a regressive policy. Posted on Scarlet Standard.
Paul Bernal sets out 10 things that he hopes to hear at Labour Conference. Posted on Paul Bernal’s Blog.
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