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The Alternatives: how Preston took back control – podcast

Presented by Aditya Chakrabortty and produced by Phil Maynard and Max Sanderson in the Guardian:The Alternatives: how Preston took back control – podcast. The Guardian looks at the work of the Democracy Collaborative in Preston England: 

To kick off, we hear from Preston city councillor Matthew Brown about the “Preston model”, a new approach to local procurement inspired by a similar initiative in Cleveland, Ohio. In a time of austerity and cuts, how is it that Preston is now seeing an extra £75m being spent in the city?

Listen to the podcast at the Guardian 

 

Publication date: 2018-01-30
Parent publication: The Guardian
Publication URL: The Alternatives: how Preston took back control – podcast

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