Ferry, L. (2016) 'Are local freedoms at risk?', The municipal journal. . p. 24.
As part of the ‘devolution revolution’ the UK central government devolved a general power of competence to English local authorities under the Localism Act 2011. In theory, local communities should have a greater say in the running of services as central government transfers control but, in reality, their power is being seriously diminished.
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|Date accepted:||07 July 2017|
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