End 'lazy language of austerity,' sector urged

By Heather Jameson | 14 March 2019

Government’s choice to target councils for cuts rather than austerity is to blame for local government’s financial woes, leading finance experts have argued.

In an exclusive interview with The MJ, Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy boss, Rob Whiteman, and finance spokesman for chief executives’ organisation Solace, Martin Reeves, called on local government to speak as one against the cuts.

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