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That this House notes that in the debate on Local Government Reform in Cumbria held in Westminster Hall on 5th June 2007, the four backbench hon. Members representing the three main political parties in the county were unanimous in their opposition to the formation of a new unitary council for the whole of Cumbria; calls on the Secretary of State to reject these proposals; and demands that the county and district councils work together in a more efficient and effective way for the benefit of the people of Cumbria.
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