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New ‘executive’ political management structures (elected mayors, cabinets and leader etc) have been operating since May 2001 throughout England. This paper attempts a preliminary assessment of the experience and impact of these new structures,...
The Government's policy of encouraging the adoption of directly elected mayors in the cities and major towns of England can hardly be judged, at least in the short term, as anything other than a failure - and particularly a failure of process. The...
As part of the local government modernisation agenda, and under the specific terms of the Local Government Act 2000, local authorities have been required to adopt one of the new models designed to strengthen their core executive: principally, the leader...
Over a number of decades academics have sought to devise categorisations of the roles that councillors perform. The advent of new political management arrangements has challenged these categorisations, with some academics - and practitioners -...
While devolution has brought central government geographically and politically closer to local government it has not shielded it from pressures to ‘modernise’ its political management arrangements. However, devolution has created a different...
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