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Joint FSRH - RCOG response to the Department of Education's consultation on Relationships and Sex Education

File size: 249kb | Date: 18 February 2018 | FSRH Consultation Response - PDF

FSRH and RCOG have submitted a joint response to the Government's consultation on Relationships and Sex Education. Together, we have strongly endorsed maintaining most elements of the DfE’s 2000 Sex and Relationships Education Guidance as well as the more recent comprehensive approach outlined in Sex and Relationships Education for the 21st Century We have emphasised that both documents are robust pillars which should not be ignored.

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FSRH response consultation NHS Charges to Overseas Visitors Amendment Regulations 2017 part one

File size: 303kb | Date: 18 February 2018 | FSRH Consultation Response - PDF

FSRH has submitted evidence to the Department of Health's consultation on the impact of extending NHS charges to community healthcare services for overseas visitors (the NHS Charges to Overseas Visitors Amendment Regulations 2017). This is one of two documents that constitute FSRH's response, focusing on impacts to vulnerable groups.

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FSRH response consultation NHS Charges to Overseas Visitors Amendment Regulations 2017 part two

File size: 227kb | Date: 18 February 2018 | FSRH Consultation Response - PDF

FSRH submits evidence to the Department of Health's consultation on the impact of extending NHS charges to community healthcare services for overseas visitors (the NHS Charges to Overseas Visitors Amendment Regulations 2017). This is one of two documents that constitute FSRH's response, focusing on Public Health aspects of the regulations.

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FSRH response to Department of Communities and Local Government's consultation on the design of the 100% business rates retention system

File size: 441kb | Date: 5 May 2017 | FSRH Consultation Response - PDF

The consultation “100% Business Rates Retention - Further consultation on the design of the reformed system” has been launched by the Department of Communities and Local Government and seeks views on the design of the new system for local government to retain all taxes raised locally. FSRH highlights, in this response, that funding public health through retained business rates risks compounding health inequalities, negatively impacting on the success of well-established public health strategies.