Youth Services

Youth services do a vital job in our communities. The benefits they provide for young people are real and long-lasting. However, with direct government funding to local authorities falling by a half since 2010, youth services have seen significant cutbacks as councils seek to make savings. This means that a generation of young people could potentially be left without the opportunity to play a full part in our communities.

Thank you for taking part in the consultation process. Whether you’re a Labour Party member or not, we want to hear your ideas on how the next Labour government should tackle the challenges our country faces, and build a more equal Britain for the many, not the few.

For anyone who would like to submit evidence to the consultation, you can contribute to the Party’s policy making process by using the submission box on the right-hand side or by emailing your responses to [email protected]

Closing date of the consultation: Friday 30th November 2018

To save a copy of the consultation document, click 'download' at the bottom of the webpage.

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