Conservatives win back leadership of the LGA

By MJ reporter | 14 May 2015

The Conservatives have regained the leadership of the Local Government Association (LGA) after a shock shift to the party in the local elections.

The party now holds a greater share of the association - 40.6% compared with Labur’s 40%, the LGA confirmed yesterday.

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