Lancashire devolution plan revived

By Dan Peters | 01 June 2018

Lancashire's council leaders are looking to revive talks with the Government over a devolution deal more than six months after combined authority negotiations broke down. 

The county council's leader Geoff Driver rejected the idea of a combined authority last year because he said pursuing it in the absence of unanimous support would have damaged Lancashire's credibility with the Government. 

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