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Devo Max – Devo Manc: Place-based public services

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Monday 15th September marked the launch of ResPublica’s report ‘Devo Max – Devo Manc’. The report proposed a radical plan to give Greater Manchester greater control of its finances and an elected Mayor.

Devo Max – Devo Manc: Place-based public services, argues that Greater Manchester should be fully devolved with control over all public spending, and recommends that Greater Manchester should have what Scotland wants.

The report includes a call to action and sets out a roadmap for devolution. It says that within 100 days of the next Parliament, a ministerial led group should agree the steps to devolution. As part of the new settlement Greater Manchester will commit to devolving further to localities taking savings and local initiatives as near to their consumers as possible.

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