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London's Boroughs at 50

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Code: 9781849549196
On 1 April 1965, a new system of city government is introduced and London's thirty-two boroughs are born, revolutionising the capital into the place we know today. These boroughs and the Greater London Council took control of housing, roads, planning, schools and social services. Half a century on and, though the GLC was abolished in 1986, the boroughs live on, now working alongside a new metropolitan government headed by mayors Ken Livingstone and, since 2008, Boris Johnson. In London's Boroughs at 50, Tony Travers examines the governing system that developed alongside the growing metropolis.
Author: Tony Travers
Binding: Hardback
Publisher: Biteback
Pub. Date: 24/11/2015
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Price: £25.00

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