Election and Brexit could hit peer review plans

By Dan Peters | 01 October 2019

A General Election before March would put the Local Government Association (LGA) at risk of failing to deliver the number of peer challenges demanded by Whitehall.

Brexit and the ‘significant’ number of councils that changed control at May’s elections have already led to a number of peer challenges being deferred.

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