Bill’s placeholder clauses give government ‘blank cheque’, MPs warn

MPs have criticised the number of placeholder clauses in the levelling up bill, saying they provide the government with a “blank cheque” and are an admission of “incomplete legislation”.

by Samantha Eckford
Westminster (Pic: Getty)
Westminster (Pic: Getty)

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