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SCOTTISH MINISTER CLAIMS OBJECTION TO COUNCIL REFORM CRUMBLING

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The Scottish minister for home affairs and health, Lord Fraser of Carmyllie, says the Convention of Scottish Local ...
The Scottish minister for home affairs and health, Lord Fraser of Carmyllie, says the Convention of Scottish Local Authorities 'daft and short-sighted' policy of non-co-operation on local government reform is crumbling, reports The Glasgow Herald (p9).

Lord Fraser said four significant local authorities, including Grampian regional and Aberdeen district councils and Fife and Tayside, have responded to the government's request for bids for extra money to pay for reform, says the paper.
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