Established in the months following the 2011 riots, the Troubled Families Programme set out to ‘turn around’ the lives of the most troublesome and anti-social families in England by the end of the Coalition Government’s term of office. Despite a number of concerns being raised about the approach, no formal evaluation of the programme has published any substantive findings. […]
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