England & Wales, Scotland Democracy, devolution and governance

Speaking for the community – how representative are local councillors?

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Summary

Councillors speak for the local communities, but how representative are they of the residents who elect them? This new briefing looks at a study into the characteristics of councillors in London by the Migrant Democracy Project, which has lessons for local government in other parts of the UK.

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