Troubled families scheme 'shows really good results'

Troubled families scheme 'shows really good results'
 

The government's Troubled Families Programme has achieved "some really good results", the civil servant overseeing it has told MPs.
Melanie Dawes's comments come after a report said there was little evidence the scheme had made any "significant impact" on improving behaviour.
She told the Commons Accounts Committee it had had "valuable" improvements, but she did not want to "over-claim".
The programme was set up in 2012, with £448m going to help 120,000 families.
Former Prime Minister David Cameron said it would "turn around" the lives of... read more

 
19 October 2016 in Politics, Views: 36
Source: BBC
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