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Main editorial comment: Issue 589 3 Feb 2012

What future for funding?

Andrew Forster

When new governments come to power, one of the things they like to do is tinker with the structure of local government. Labour did so in 1997 by creating the architecture for regional government in England. The plan to introduce democratically elected regional assemblies foundered after a ‘no’ vote in the North East but the unelected regional assemblies went on to become important units of transport governance, managing the Regional Funding Allocations (RFAs) for major transport...

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