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Public art think tank ixia has launched its fourth annual survey into public art in the UK.

The survey investigates:

Arts Council England has established four new funding streams designed to increase the diversity of the country’s arts workforce.

New research has been published demonstrating the positive impact group singing can have on mental health.

The Sidney de Haan Centre has assessed the impact of involvement in singing groups has had on participants in Kent.

Public Health England has published research analysing the impact of allied health professionals on public health.

The Kings Fund has undertaken a longitudinal study of responses to the NHS’s annual inpatient survey over the past 13 years.

The Government has introduced a health devolution agreement for London signalling significant changes to the way health services are commissioned in the capital.

The eighth annual Royal Society for Public Health Arts and Health Awards have been announced. The awards, celebrating good practice in work with ex-service personnel and their families went to organisations Home Front and Re-Live.

North West London older people’s singing group has released a new song celebrating the Freedom Pass.

The song was launched by Sadiq Khan MP, the Labour Party’s London Mayoral candidate.

A new report by the World Cities Culture Forum reveals that the cultural and creative sectors are increasingly recognised as critical to the success of leading cities around the world.

A wide-ranging alliance of organisations has published a manifesto calling for a fresh approach to public art.

A new report from the Office of National Statistics shows significant inequalities in health outcomes across the country.

The Chancellor’s Autumn Statement included a standstill in arts funding and an increase of £3.8bn in health funds for 2016.