North Yorkshire unitary to inherit ‘frightening’ deficit

By Martin Ford | 23 June 2022

North Yorkshire’s new unitary council could inherit a budget deficit of £50m, it has been revealed.

A meeting of North Yorkshire CC heard that its successor authority would take on the deficits of the councils it will replace.

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