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Regular feature: Issue 422 29 Sep 2005

Beyond the regions? The future of local governance in England

The overwhelming rejection of plans for an elected assembly in the North East last November has opened up once again the issue of the future structure of local governance in England. The vote saw the effective end of deputy prime minister John Prescott's vision of a network of elected regional assemblies and the focus has now shifted on to an array of possible new structures such as city region authorities, regional transport boards, informal networks of authorities and elected mayors for the...

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