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Recently both England and Scotland have introduced a general power for local authorities to further the welfare of the population, but this is a new provision and it has not yet led to radical change. advice - the work of local government is increasingly regimented by central government instructions; inspection and audit - councillors can be personally fined for breaching audit rules, a situation which would not be tolerated by national politicians; and financial controls.

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Publisher: Koebel Press (March 15, 2007)

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