Yorkshire needs to 'stop mucking about' and agree devolution deal, says former Teasury adviser

Councils in Yorkshire that have failed to agree devolution deals with the government need to 'stop mucking about' or risk being left behind as powers are distributed from Whitehall, according to a leading economist and former government adviser.

by John Geoghegan
Jim O’Neill speaking at the event yesterday
Jim O’Neill speaking at the event yesterday

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