ANALYSIS: Halman on ... worrying plans to introduce tough assembly powers

It was former Tory home secretary William Whitelaw who said that his role at general elections was to go around the country stirring up apathy. It is interesting to speculate whether local government minister Nick Raynsford will gain the same impression when hosting his public hearings in the three regions singled out for referenda later in the year.

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