Constitutional change: rediscovering localism

Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 29 Number 3 (2021)

Constitutional change: rediscovering localism
John Tomaney pages 91-100


Labour must rediscover the labour movement tradition of using local government to improve people’s lives, develop strong foundational economies, and develop civic pride. This requires reforming and empowering local government, as well as constitutional reforms to central government, in order to reverse the long trend towards centralisation.

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John Tomaney (2021) Constitutional change: rediscovering localism, Renewal, 29(3), 91-100

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