Leicestershire County Council
Leicestershire County Council is the county council for the English non-metropolitan county of Leicestershire. It was originally formed in 1889 by the Local Government Act 1888. The county is divided into 52 electoral divisions, which return a total of 55 councillors. The council is controlled by the Conservative Party. The leader of the county council is currently Nick Rushton, who was elected to the post in September 2012.
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Oral Evidence given to Parliament Committees
- Matthew Lugg, Director of Highway Transportation, Leicestershire County Council gave evidence related to Keeping the UK moving: The impact on transport of the winter weather in December 2010 on 15 Feb. 
Lobbying firms retained
- 1. Wikipedia. Leicestershire County Council
- 2. Public Relations Consultants Association. PRCA Public Affairs Register Entry, 1 Jun - 31 Aug 2011
- 3. United Kingdom Parliament. Uncorrected Evidence - HC 694-iii - The role of local authorities in health issues - 3 Dec 2012 - HC 694 iii
- 4. United Kingdom Parliament. Uncorrected Evidence - HC 631-i - Special educational needs - 24 Oct 2012 - HC 631 - i - Special Educational Needs
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