Seven Ways to ‘Fix’ £billions of Government Grant Money

By Graham Chapman | 01 November 2019

George Osbourne was so wrong. We have never been 'all in it together'. The poor have paid disproportionately for the recession. However one of the biggest contributions the poor have made has  gone unnoticed.

It is via the changes to the local government grant system. This has not happened simply as a result of the aggregate cuts to local government.  More still, it is from the distribution of those cuts.

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