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An enquiry presented by GRAHAM ASHWORTH
Discussion of local government reform has centred on reorganisation of its structure. With the Government's response to the proposals of the Maud Commission still awaited, two schools of thought, represented broadly by the County Councils Association and the Association of Municipal Corporations, seem to be irreconcilably opposed.
Does the solution to the problem lie in a much greater break with tradition than any so far suggested? Speakers include:
LORD REDCLIFFE-MAUD DEREK SENIOR
J. K. BOYNTON. Clerk to Cheshire County Council j. c. SWAFFIELD, Secretary of the Association of Municipal Corporations
FRANK HARRIS , formerly Principal City Officer and Town Clerk, Newcastle upon Tyne ALDERMAN ERNEST WISTRICH
Produced by STANLEY WILLIAMSON (from Manchester)
ContributorsPresented By: Graham Ashworth
Unknown: J. K. Boynton.
Unknown: Frank Harris
Unknown: Alderman Ernest Wistrich
Produced By: Stanley Williamson