Labour would create local government commission

By Dan Peters | 11 February 2019

Labour would create a new commission that would allow councillors to influence every decision that affects local authorities if the party won a General Election.

Shadow local government secretary Andrew Gwynne detailed the plans for a local government commission - made up of leaders and mayors from all types of local authority and every major party - in a speech to a Local Government Association Labour conference in Warwick.

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