Plans drawn up for remote meetings

By Heather Jameson | 16 March 2020

Plans to let local authorities conduct their council meetings remotely are being considered by the Government.

Under current rules, councillors are able to attend meetings through video conferencing facilities, but are not allowed to vote remotely.

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