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COSLA TO REVIEW FUTURE IN LIGHT OF CRITICISM

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The Convention of Scottish Local Authorities is setting up a working party to review the convention's future, follo...
The Convention of Scottish Local Authorities is setting up a working party to review the convention's future, following May's highly critical report on COSLA by Strathclyde RC chief executive Neil McIntosh.

COSLA's senior vice-president Keith Geddes said the convention wanted to signal to staff and outside bodies that it was acting on the report.

Mr McIntosh was brought in to investigate allegations of bullying and sexual harassment in COSLA's secretariat. The convention accepted his recommendations in full.

It says action has been taken on staff relations, but Mr Geddes would not specify what was being done. Fellow vice-president Peter Peacock will join him in leading the review. The working party hopes to report by the end of the year.
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