Local government in England
System of state administration on a local level in England / From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Local government in England broadly consists of three layers: regional authorities, local authorities and parish councils. Legislation concerning English local government is passed by Parliament, as England does not have a devolved parliament.
This article does not cover the 31 police and crime commissioners or the four police, fire and crime commissioners of England.