Best Value 'will invite cronyism'

Mack, Tom
January 1999
Public Finance;
Focuses on the opposition of the Conservative Member of Parliament to the Best Value bill in Great Britain. Concern over the emergence of cronyism through the bill implementation; Claims against Labor councilors; Notion on the competition in the bill; Government amendments to the bill.


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