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Tony Travers: Devo max for London? Urban government and fiscal autonomy

British Government @ LSE public research seminar

Date: Wednesday 31 October 2012 
Time: 6-7.30pm 
Venue: Graham Wallas Room, Old Building
Speaker: Tony Travers

Tony Travers is a British academic and journalist, specialising in issues affecting local government. He is the director of the Greater London Group at the London School of Economics and Political Science.

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