The successive reforms to the system of funding for local government in England over the last 30 years have resulted in a situation even further removed from desirable levels of accountability, autonomy, and equity than in the pre-reform period.

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Successive reforms tend to increase the weight of tax resources thus providing a room for England’s local government to earn money. Factors such as equity, autonomy, and accountability become affected by the decisions made as well as taxation that is established. This results from the increased tax power as well as the role of tax administration respectively…

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