Finance settlement has 'gravest implications'

By Mark Conrad | 09 October 2018

Councils have dismissed today’s Welsh Government’s finance settlement as a ‘bread and butter budget’ in which town halls ‘get the crumbs again’.

Wales’ cabinet secretary for local government, Alun Davies, revealed local authorities would receive £4.2bn in core revenue funding and non-domestic rates in 2019/20.

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