PM praises Tory councils which ‘provide good services costing less’

Conservative councils up and down the country are providing good local services that cost less, the Prime Minister said as she hit the local elections campaign trail.

On Thursday, Theresa May dropped in to a new leisure facility housed in a former cotton mill during a visit to the constituency of Pendle, Lancashire.

Last year, the Tories gained overall control of the borough council for the first time in 39 years but only after reinstating a councillor who had been suspended after she shared a racist joke on social media.

Councillor Rosemary Carroll’s…
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