Fresh reorganisation offensive leaves districts quaking

By Dan Peters | 25 June 2020

The County Councils’ Network (CCN) has launched a fresh offensive to rip up the local government map as the country emerges from the shadow of coronavirus.

Giving evidence to the House of Lords’ Public Services Committee, CCN chairman, Cllr David Williams, argued England had ‘far too many councils’ and called for reforms to the way local government is organised.

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