The Case for Abolishing Regional Development Agencies

August 03, 2008 3:07 AM

The third paper in the Structure of Government series finds that RDAs have not prevented the gap between England's best and worst performing regions widening in the past decade, and recommends that the Agencies be abolished, with the savings used to fund a cut in the small companies rate of corporation tax. 

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