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[This chapter explores the continuities and the changes in the late 1990s and in the 2000s with Conservative governments replaced by New Labour governments led by Blair and Brown. It discusses the modernisation agenda developed by the new government and the new national infrastructure to promote...
[The penultimate chapter largely brings the history of the personal social services and social work in England up to the present time. The past 10 years of Conservative-led governments have seen a drastic reduction in funding for public services and a major drive to take services outside of the...
[The final chapter gives recognition to the contribution and achievements of the personal social services and social work during the past 50 years. It also reflects on what has been lost compared to the ambitions and intentions when local authority personal social services were first integrated...
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