Reorganisation row spreads to Lincolnshire

By Laura Sharman and Dan Peters | 24 January 2017

The row over local government reorganisation has spread to Lincolnshire after the county council announced it would hold a referendum on the issue.

Lincolnshire CC said abolishing all eight councils in the county and replacing them one unitary council could save up to £150m in the first five years.

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Finance Unitary Reorganisation