Local democracy reporters aid transparency

By Dan Peters | 07 November 2018

The Local Democracy Reporting Service – the new BBC scheme that attempts to fill the gap in the reporting of local democracy issues – is already having an impact, reports Dan Peters

T he local reporter furiously scribbling in their notebook used to be a staple fixture in council chambers around the country. But local media resources have become ever more stretched in recent years.

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