Free eBook Local Government Law in Scotland: An Introduction (Second Edition) download
by Jean McFadden
Author: Jean McFadden
Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional; 2 edition (November 25, 2008)
Category: Social Sciences
Subcategory: Politics and Government
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Constitutional Law; Local Government Law in Scotland. St Patrick's High School (Karachi). Principal/Teacher · June 1, 1972 to May 10, 1986.
The History of local government in Scotland is a complex tale of largely ancient and long established Scottish political units being replaced after the mid 20th century by a frequently changing series of different local government arrangements. Anciently, the territory now referred to as Scotland belonged to a mixture of Brythionic groups (Picts and Cumbrians) and Angles. The Picts were based north of the Forth-Clyde line, traditionally in 7 kingdoms : Cat (the far north). Ce (from Deeside to Speyside).
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Local government in Scotland is organised through 32 unitary authorities designated as Councils which consist of councillors elected every five years by registered voters in each of the council areas. Councils receive the majority of their funding from the Scottish Government, through Aggregate External Finance (AEF). However, the community council has no direct say in the delivery of services. In many areas they do not function at all, but some work very effectively at improving their local area. Elections for community councils are determined by the local authority but the law does state that candidates cannot stand on a party-political ticket.