Troubled families scheme has made 'no significant impact'

Troubled families scheme has made 'no significant impact'
 

A flagship government initiative to help the most disadvantaged families in England has made no significant impact, according to analysis of the scheme.
The Troubled Families Programme was launched in 2012 at an initial cost of £448m, before it was later extended.
However, independent analysis has suggested the programme has had no measurable effect on employment, school attendance or anti-social behaviour.
But Communities Minister Lord Bourne said it had "transformed" lives.
The flagship programme - trumpeted by former Prime Minister David Cameron - was initially launched with... read more

 
18 October 2016 in Politics, Views: 43
Source: BBC
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