Councils slammed for spending ‘common good’ funds on booze By Jamie Mann and Bill Heaney Two local authorities who spent over £42,000 of funds meant
Day: October 20, 2019
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A Ford Fiesta was stopped in the Redburn area, following a brief police pursuit by road policing officers, around 9.05pm on Saturday, 19 October. A quantity of heroin with an estimated value of £25,000 was subsequently recovered.
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As Gilman notes, “all of these policy proposals are already in place on the far right. The environmental crisis will simply provide a new set of justifications for them and a new way to do political outreach.”
West Dunbartonshire Council: “Renegotiations have taken place with a commercial lender other than RBS, resulting in a reduced interest rate. The council actively reviews rates for current loans in conjunction with Treasury advisors and where there are favourable terms, renegotiations are undertaken.”