Into the 1990s

  • Stewart Lansley
  • Sue Goss
  • Christian Wolmar
Part of the Public Policy and Politics book series (PPP)

Abstract

It was inevitable that the new Left councils should find themselves locked into conflict with a radical Conservative government. Councils determined to redistribute local resources, to experiment with new approaches to collective provision and local planning and to act as a platform for socialist alternatives were bound to draw Tory fire. Left councils were seen as a direct challenge by a centralising government intent on reducing local power and public spending.

Keywords

Income Expense Arena Harness Dock 

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© Stewart Lansley, Sue Goss and Christian Wolmar 1989

Authors and Affiliations

  • Stewart Lansley
  • Sue Goss
  • Christian Wolmar

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