Combined authority expansion halted by ‘party politics’

By Martin Ford | 09 November 2020

The expansion of the West of England Combined Authority (WECA) has stalled after leaders failed to reach an agreement.

North Somerset Council was poised to join the authority, with a promise of up to £900m of additional funding from the Government on the table as a result.

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