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2021 elections: So how does my local council work? 2021 elections: So how does my local council work?
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Local elections on 6 May will see people cast their votes in 143 local councils across England.Local elections on 6 May will see people cast their votes in 143 local councils across England.
A local council oversees several areas which directly affect where you live - including local education, social care, transport and the environment.A local council oversees several areas which directly affect where you live - including local education, social care, transport and the environment.
With around 4,560 seats available across England find out more about how your local council works here.With around 4,560 seats available across England find out more about how your local council works here.
Video produced and presented by Jacob TomlinsonVideo produced and presented by Jacob Tomlinson