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CLYWD LEADER SAYS CLOSET MASONS MAY BE IN BREACH OF CONTRACT

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A council leader has expressed disbelief that out of a workforce of 14,000 no-one has admitted to being a Freemason...
A council leader has expressed disbelief that out of a workforce of 14,000 no-one has admitted to being a Freemason four months after a requirement to declare membership of 'secret societies' was introduced.

Clwyd CC leader Dennis Parry believes that those who have not declared their membership may be in breach of their contracts of employment, reports the Daily Post (p5).

The council introduced a standard code of conduct following criticism about the number of officials and members who had attended a Pavarotti concert last summer as guests of local companies.

'I am surprised no one has declared their membership - and disappointed. I don't see there is a place for membership of a secret society and holding high public office on a council,' cllr Parry told the Post.
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