Reorganisation of Wales’ 22 unitary authorities is at least a decade away, a local authority leader has claimed.
Before the Welsh Assembly election in May, the Welsh Government said it intended to legislate to introduce eight or nine authorities because the councils themselves had failed to agree on a new map.
The minister who led the reorganisation plans, Leighton Andrews, lost his seat in May, leaving Labour with 29 of the 60 Assembly seats. First Minister Carwyn Jones quickly...+79% more
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