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The door closes on Thatcher's legacydeal with the legacy issues.” North Lanarkshire Labour councillor Harry McGuig
The door closes on Thatcher's legacy
heraldscotland / Posted 7 days ago
deal with the legacy issues.” North Lanarkshire Labour councillor Harry McGuigan, housing spokesman for the council group Cosla, bought his home under RTB. “It looked as if it was helping people acquire the type of housing they wanted," he... Read more
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Sturgeon pledges £42m a year for flood defenceslocal plans to tackle flooding and protect homes. The Scottish Government said
Sturgeon pledges £42m a year for flood defences
express / Posted 12 days ago
local plans to tackle flooding and protect homes. The Scottish Government said the agreement reached with council body Cosla would secure 40 new flood protection projects benefiting more than 10,000 families. More than 130 flood protection... Read more
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Nicola Sturgeon unveils 10 year flood protection strategynearly £3million. Highland and Angus will receiver over £2million. Councillor
Nicola Sturgeon unveils 10 year flood protection strategy
heraldscotland / Posted 12 days ago
nearly £3million. Highland and Angus will receiver over £2million. Councillor Stephen Hagan, of local authority body COSLA, said: "Climate change, and the associated increase in flooding events, poses a significant national risk. "This is... Read more
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Revealed: most councils failing to collect test results from schoolschild but provides information about which schools are doing well and which are
Revealed: most councils failing to collect test results from schools
heraldscotland / Posted 28 days ago
child but provides information about which schools are doing well and which are needing greater help.” A spokesman for COSLA, the umbrella group for councils, said: “This is not an accurate picture of actual practice – and this looks like a... Read more
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Council backlash begins over plans to give more power to Scottish schoolsto "decentralise management". In a letter to council chief executives and poli
Council backlash begins over plans to give more power to Scottish schools
heraldscotland / Posted 30 days ago
to "decentralise management". In a letter to council chief executives and political leaders David O’Neill, president of Cosla, expressed misgivings about the Scottish Government proposals. The letter states: "Despite our best efforts in the... Read more

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