Bridge too far for city Lib Dems in power-share
Labour last night “closed the door” on a coalition deal with the Liberal Democrats to run Aberdeen City Council.
But party leaders will continue power-sharing talks with the Conservative and SNP groups – as well as Independents – at the town house today.
Labour emerged as the largest group after last week’s election with 17 councillors, but need 22 to form a majority administration.
Group secretary Willie Young said sticking points with the Lib Dems included plans for a third Don crossing and controversial redevelopment proposals for Union Terrace Gardens.
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