Parties roll out their local election battle plans

McHugh, Joseph
May 2004
Public Finance;5/7/2004, p9
Trade Publication
Reports that the British Labour and Conservative parties have commenced the 2004 elections campaign in May. Response to allegations of high spending and town hall mismanagement; Background on the efficiency savings plan of the Conservative party; Criticisms leveled by the Conservative party against the ruling Labor party.


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