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'In terms of real decentralisation, money talks.' Nick Clegg says local councils will be allowed to keep the money they take from business rates, rather than giving it back to the Treasury. The government hopes this will encourage cities to compete with each other to keep rates low and attract more firms to their area.

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Last Updated: 09 Oct 2013
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