County of London
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Greater London. It was administered by the London County Council (LCC). From 1900 onwards it was supplemented by the 28 metropolitan boroughs plus the City of London.
List of metropolitan boroughs
- City of London (not a metropolitan borough)
- Bethnal Green
- Stoke Newington
- St Pancras
- St Marylebone
When the LCC was abolished, its education functions were transferred to a new body, the Inner London Education Authority (ILEA). Its headquarters was at County Hall on the South Bank, which became the headquarters of the Greater London Council.
Lord Rosebery, later Prime Minister and suspected bisexual, was the first chairman of the LCC.
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