"Localism has become a potent idea in UK public policy over the last 20 years. It is a term with no single meaning, whose flexibility has endeared it to politicians across the political spectrum who have used it to rebuke a centralised, distant, bureaucratic status quo. But in an age of dramatic devolution, what do we want from localism?"
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