Report shows where taxes are raised

By Dan Peters | 08 July 2015

Local authorities keep an average of just 9p of every £1 generated locally in taxes, with the rest going to the Exchequer, a new report by the Centre for Cities think-tank has found.

The report shows for the first time where taxes are raised and public money is spent in local authorities across the country.

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