Scotland has 32 local unitary authorities that range massively in geographical size. Wales 22 and Northern Ireland (where there role differs slightly), 11. England has a mixture of unitary and multi-tier councils. We debate whether one-size fits all, or whether reform could help increase local democracy.
Coming from a One Nation Conservative stand-point, co-hosts Nick Lampen and Neil Freshwater look at pragmatic options for addressing the political issues of the day in Scotland and the UK.
Intro music: 'Chill Funk' courtesy of Cambo. Outro: Rural Stride by John Kirsch.