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POLICE MAY BE ASKED TO INVESTIGATE DENBIGHSHIRE DEBT

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A councillor has warned that the police may have to be called in to investigate how Denbighshire CC has been landed...
A councillor has warned that the police may have to be called in to investigate how Denbighshire CC has been landed with£7m of unexpected debts, the Daily Post reported (9 January, p7).

Denbighshire is awaiting a report from the district auditor into the capital debts it inherited from Rhuddlan BC, which are£5m more than had been believed.

It is understood that most of the money relates to the Children's Village on Rhyl promenade, and the Ffrith Beach Festival Gardens in Prestatyn.

Councillor Jeff Hughes said: 'I shall have no qualms about calling for the matter to be referred to the Welsh Office or North Wales Police, if need be'.
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