This article is reproduced, with minor local amendments, from a publication earlier this week in the House of Commons Library, Full and unreserved credit is given both to them and its author, Mark Sandford, by Neil Wilby Media. In the run-up to the Government’s Autumn Statement, two local authorities, Kent and Hampshire county councils, wroteContinue reading “What happens if a council goes bankrupt?”
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Seaside shenanigans over ‘council corruption’ report
There can be few Borough Councils that have found themselves criticised so roundly and persistently, over the past few years, as Scarborough’s Town Hall incumbents. Local, regional and national press stories abound over a string of democracy failings, and a BBC Inside Out programme also took them to task over trying to close down aContinue reading “Seaside shenanigans over ‘council corruption’ report”
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