Javid keeps hope on Greater Lincolnshire devolution deal

By Thomas Bridge | 26 October 2016

The Government this week insisted it had not given up on the Greater Lincolnshire devolution deal despite two councils rejecting plans for a combined authority.

Lincolnshire CC and South Kesteven DC have voted against the deal, ignoring government warnings ‘all or nothing support’ was required from local authorities. South Holland DC is due to vote today.

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