MHCLG finds extra £20m for Brexit

By Dan Peters | 28 January 2019

The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) has found an extra £20m to help councils with Brexit after only winning £35m from the Treasury.

Local government secretary James Brokenshire previously wrote to chancellor Philip Hammond to beg for more funding for councils dealing with Brexit.

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