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LONDON SPLIT ON STRATEGIC POLICY

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London boroughs are split on how to approach a future Greater London Authority, according to Association of London...
London boroughs are split on how to approach a future Greater London Authority, according to Association of London Government chief executive Martin Pilgrim.

'There may be a Labour majority across the members of the ALG and no political control of the GLA. There is a potential for political and service tensions,' Mr Pilgrim said.

ALG members are split on whether they should invite the new authority to become a member. 'One side says it would be good to have a body which would be able to speak for the whole of London,' said Mr Pilgrim. 'The other side says the boroughs need to have a strong independent voice.'
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