What do local authorities really need from the next Government?

By Sam Clayden | 06 June 2017

The outcome of today’s General Election may not be the landslide Conservative victory Theresa May hoped for, if some of the latest polls are to be believed. But this time tomorrow, when the results have been counted, a new administration will be put in place and a new Parliamentary agenda will be set in motion.

Whoever takes the keys to Number 10, there is a strong possibility of new faces or a reshuffle in the Department for Communities and Local Government, and the newly-elected prime minister and cabinet will be looking to shape the future agenda in their image.

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