Kerslake calls for 'major review' of sector income

By Dan Peters and Ann McGauran | 01 October 2020

Former civil service chief Bob Kerslake has called for a ‘major review’ of income sources for local government.

Lord Kerslake, who is now president of the Local Government Association, said a re-evaluation was needed so the sector could move away from relying on ‘handouts’ from Whitehall.

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