Greater Lincolnshire devolution 'falls far short' say MPs as they urge councillors to vote it down



TWO MPs have put their party differences aside in a bid to encourage North East Lincolnshire councillors to oppose plans tonight for an elected mayor – a move likely to scupper the £450 million devolution deal.
Melanie Onn, Labour MP for Great Grimsby, and Sir Edward Leigh, Conservative MP for Gainsborough, representing places such as Market Rasen, have co-written a letter to hundreds of councillors across the county to express their "concerns" over a mayoral model for devolution.
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19 October 2016 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 26
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