Best of the Blogs: the Health Bill, voluntary sector cuts, the big society and grant applications

Your round-up of charity-related debate online this week

Best of the Blogs
Best of the Blogs

Sir Stephen Bubb talks about his new role as chair of a review of choice and competition provisions in the Health Bill and what it will mean for the sector.

Read Bubb’s blog

Will the big society survive the cuts and what will the impact be on Birmingham’s charities, asks Brian Carr, chief executive of Birmingham Voluntary Service Council.

Read Carr’s blog

Toby Blume asks how can we expect true localism and the big society to flourish without letting local communities determine economic policy?

Read Blume’s blog

Copying and pasting the same words for different grant applications doesn’t work, says the blog by charity consultancy Advice for Good.

Read Advice for Good’s blog

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