Verb(1) pass on or delegate to another(2) be inherited by(3) grow worse
(1) Unless we devolve powers to county level and abolish the quangos, we will fail to energise local government to the challenges of the 21st century.(2) The government claims regional assemblies would devolve power and decision-making.(3) measures to devolve power to a Scottish assembly(4) Central governments do not, generally, wish to devolve effective power in any way - that is the root of this whole problem, and the reason why the government may be following its current course of action.(5) measures to devolve power to the provinces(6) He said: ├ö├ç├┐If you are going to devolve power to local communities, giving them a list of who should be involved is counter-productive.├ö├ç├û(7) The fundamental issue is that if you devolve power and money down to the local level you get programmes going in different directions, ineffectiveness, and on occasion corruption.(8) We will continue to devolve power to our regions and localities wherever we can.(9) Behind the woolly talk of local powers and responsibilities is a failure to devolve real powers or funds to improve transport in the regions.(10) Let's imagine a situation where regional assemblies over England decide to pursue the same line as London, and the national agencies are broken up so as to devolve power to local decision-makers.(11) The Cabinet cited a need to address ├ö├ç├┐practical problems├ö├ç├û that reform might present and to devolve certain powers in such a way as to optimize local autonomy.(12) Yet another law was passed, in first reading, to devolve some powers of the central government to regional councils.(13) The yes campaigners believe this is a unique opportunity to devolve power from Westminster to the region.(14) We expected more from this Government, which came to power promising to devolve power to the regions.(15) They have legislated to expand trial by jury, devolve powers to local councils and ban the police from entering universities.(16) Since July 2000 we've seen the devolvement of health trusts and their staff into primary care trusts.
1. delegate ::
2. fall ::
3. drop ::
1. ameliorate ::
2. improve ::
3. meliorate ::
Different Formsdevolve, devolved, devolves, devolving
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