Continuity and change in British central-local relations

the "conservative threat", 1979-83.
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Dept. of Government, University of Essex , Colchester
SeriesEssex papers in politics and government -- no.2
ContributionsUniversity of Essex. Department of Government.
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Open LibraryOL22808308M
ISBN 100947737022

Continuity and change since This chapter focuses on British policy and attitudes towards Continuity and change in British central-local relations book integration since the end of the Second World War. It ranges across a wide variety of historical, strategic, political, economic and other forces that have shaped policy and by: 3.

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‘Change’ refers to something that is obviously different from what occurred previously. Change in history usually occurs over a long period of time and it is often hard to pin-point an exact moment of change.

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