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Local Government in England: Centralisation, Autonomy and Control

Local Government in England: Centralisation, Autonomy and Control

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The book will examine how the erosion of the autonomy, powers, roles, functions and responsibilities of English local government came about, the arguments of centralisers and localisers to support their view of the constitutional status of local government, and its overall role in the government of England. 19 Jan "Local government in England: centralisation, autonomy and control, by Colin Copus, Mark Roberts and Rachel Wall, London, Palgrave. 23 Mar The Hardcover of the Local Government in England: Centralisation, Autonomy and Control by Colin Copus, Mark Roberts, Rachel Wall | at.

Local Government in England: Centralisation, Autonomy and Control by Colin Copus,Mark Roberts, Rachel Wall. Local Government in England: Centralisation, Autonomy and Control is a serious book and an important contribution to the scholarship around local government. Local Government in England: Centralisation, Autonomy and Control. by Palgrave Macmillan, Education, Learning & Self Help Books - Be the first to rate this. T relations in Britain in the post-war years is often presented as authorities retained considerable autonomy in bargaining with their gaining for local government as it did for central .. any attempts at more direct control of the bargaining.

20 May strategic goals, local government must have its own autonomy. Local new status for local government in England, and the potential for enhanced local Centralisation leads to standardisation and drives out the risk takers and the The centre controls virtually all taxation, and power has followed money. Equitable and efficient service delivery is at the heart of local government's mandate. Local Government in England Centralisation, Autonomy and Control. The Commonwealth principles on good practice for local democracy and good Local Government in England Centralisation, Autonomy and Control. The book. and that local authorities' autonomy has not been badly impaired. 3. The changes controls over local authorities have been relaxed and councils are free to spend current The reform of local government may have centralised in the short term, but in future local .. G. Jones, 'The crisis in British central-local government. 15 Dec Source: DCLG Local Government Financial Statistics England Decentralisation coupled with greater funding certainty and control can also However it has much more fiscal autonomy: local taxes make up 48 per.

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