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a principle governing affairs within or among political units

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Local authority leaders have been warned to expect a 20 per cent increase in the police precept in April - the money tagged on to council tax bills to fund the West Midlands Police Authority.
Jon will help us achieve our goal by encouraging intermediary firms based in the Pacific Northwest to use Precept to their benefit, improving their customer service and overall competitiveness.
The next step in our continuing growth is to bring in a CXO, who will help Precept improve its position as a company recognized for an exceptional customer experience.
In his report to the panel Mr Coppinger said that, while the Government was offering a grant equivalent to a 1% precept increase for the next two years, it would pose significant financial problems in the future.
6% Council Tax rise and follows a freeze in precept for the past two years.
TAXPAYERS should pay more towards Merseyside Police, according to Chief Constable Jon Murphy, as plans to freeze the force's council tax precept were abandoned yesterday.
3, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- BB&T Insurance Services, the nation's sixth largest insurance broker, continues to expand its California operations with the acquisition of Precept Group, an industry- leading full-service employee benefits consulting and administrative solutions firm.
South Wales Police Authority is set to meet today to approve the proposed rise in the precept - the policing charge added to council tax.
Chief constable Mike Craik said a rise in the police precept on council tax was under consideration and maintaining one of the lowest levies in the country was not sustainable.
In Prestatyn the local Tory councillors have inflicted a budget-busting increase on their community council precept tax of pounds 42K a year - a 15% increase on the town council's precept to help fund the Scala.
In a move intended to increase liquidity in the commercial real estate finance market and speed transactions to funding, Precept Corporation initiated its "Commitment to Commitment" program.
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His proposal is that for residents living in Band D council tax properties, the police precept from April should rise by 7% to PS181.
The Labour-run authority was split after Chief Constable Jon Murphy called for a 3% rise in the police element of council tax bills, known as the precept.
THE police authority in North Yorkshire has frozen its council tax precept.