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a principle governing affairs within or among political units

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It was revealed in January that Mr Street wanted to impose a PS12 precept on council tax bills going out later this year.
The Birmingham Post revealed in January that Mr Street wanted to impose a PS12 precept on council tax bills going out later this year.
On top of that, West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner David Jamieson has launched his own consultation about increasing the police precept, which is added to Council Tax bills, by PS12.
Coun Ward said concern about the impact of council tax increases on residents explained why he, along with other local council leaders, had blocked West Midlands Mayor Andy Street from imposing a new PS12-a-year precept on council He said: "The reaction we've got back is that people are becoming more concerned about council tax increases in recent years being not only above inflation, but also being carried out at a time when people have had pay increases well below BIRMINGHAM City Council is to cut its planned council tax rise, after city residents said they were sick of inflation-busting increases.
Durham Police, Crime and Victims' Commissioner Ron Hogg outlined plans to raise the precept by PS12 a year for Band D properties.
The mayor's office has now confirmed that the charge will be introduced, while announcing the region's police precept will also be hiked from April by the maximum amount.
I am proud to say that my ambitious plans for jobs, growth and investment can be funded through money devolved to us from government without the need for a precept or levy.
The government have made it clear that to part cover their reduction in police funding they expect police commissioners to increase council tax precept by the maximum amount.
Therefore, if the buyer's actuarial team obeys the buyer's instruction not to correct the error made by the other side, this may also violate another mandate of Precept 1, specifically that an actuary should act in all matters with honesty and integrity.
The fire authority has not yet confirmed its precept.
8m diverted from South Wales to the three other forces in Wales, enabling Dyfed-Powys Police, for example, to cut its precept.
The police and crime panels for each Welsh police force have now discussed recommendations for the 2014/15 police precept.
88%, the Police and Crime Commissioner for North Wales' precept rises 3.
The amendment would freeze the Greater London Authority council tax precept at Au306.