Councils given £30m for coronavirus enforcement

By Dan Peters | 07 October 2020

Councils will be given half of a £60m cash pot to help them enforce coronavirus restrictions.

The £30m, which works out as less than £100,000 per council on average, will allow local authorities to increase their compliance work and enforcement checks on businesses, including by employing marshals.

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