A model answer to funding questions

By David Phillips | 29 June 2022

A decade of austerity saw the amount English councils were able to spend per resident on local non-education services fall by a quarter during the 2010s, after accounting for inflation.

At the same time, long-term socio-economic and demographic changes have and will continue to drive rising demands for services.

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