Council told: Get off your high horse
Alex Salmond has made a last-ditch appeal to council bosses in Aberdeen to get off their “high horse” and find a way to use a £50million donation to transform the city centre.
The first minister said it would be a “great tragedy” for the north-east if Sir Ian Wood’s pledge was rejected and that the public would be “dumbfounded”.
The Aberdeenshire East MSP made the comments on the eve of a full council meeting today, when the Labour-led administration is expected to turn down the offer.
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