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A pandemic election: local votes approach during tense moment for relations with Westminster

By Janice Morphet, Visiting Professor, The Bartlett School of Planning Faculty of the Built Environment, UCL
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One of the key concerns about local elections is always their low turnout, unless there is a very specific community issue of concern, such as a hospital closure. This apparent lack of interest, by the electorate, in voting for politicians to run their councils has always been used by governments to undermine the relevance of local politicians when the latter make…

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