Published 1980 by Centre for Urban and Regional Research, University of Glasgow in Glasgow .
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|Statement||David Heald, Colin A. Jones.|
|Series||Urban and regional discussion papers -- no.33|
|Contributions||Jones, Colin A.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||30|
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The study explains how the institution evolved from a structure that appeared to be relatively free from central government interference to, as John Prescott observes, 'one of the most centralised systems of government in the Western world'.
In some areas - London and many historic rural counties - there are two tiers (levels) of local governement, with some services managed jointly over a large area by the higher level of administration, others managed locally at the lower level.
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Originally, in Anglo-Saxon times (roughly ), local government was administered through the King’s Ealdorman who was responsible for a Shire, while law and order operated through. the Shire-Reeve, or Sheriff as it became known. The United Kingdom does not have a written constitution; and the devolved governments of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland and local government in England are provided for by a number of pieces of legislation of the UK Parliament.
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For the purposes of local government in England today, counties is generally taken to mean the 34 administrative counties created in under the Local Government Act of that year. Of course, the English ‘shire’ counties themselves are deeply historical, being of Anglo-Saxon origin as ‘shires’ and the Norman ‘counties’ (as in.
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These attributes of local government are vital to consider when local government is restructured as it makes sure that rationale of local government is not by: 1. This website and its content is subject to our Terms and Conditions.
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This book is the first to directly address this trend's impact upon the institution of local government, a crucial element in the democratic viability of a unitary state.
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The history of local government in the United Kingdom covers the development of local government in the United Kingdom since its formation in Each of the four countries of the United Kingdom has a separate system of local government with origins that predate the UK itself.
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