Pledge to retain visibility of early intervention spending is 'tiny concession'

Gabriella Jozwiak
Friday, January 4, 2013

The government's decision to compel local authorities to reveal their early intervention expenditure by publishing a funding profile has been attacked as a "meaningless exercise".

Services such as those aimed at preventing teenage pregnancy are typically funded by early intervention grant money. Image: Phil Adams
Services such as those aimed at preventing teenage pregnancy are typically funded by early intervention grant money. Image: Phil Adams

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