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24th October 1997 at 01:00
It may be unfair that reference to Glasgow leads on to thoughts about councillors overspending, but the Convention of Scottish Local Authorities is doing its best to promote thrift. The agenda for today's strategy meeting in Dalkeith starts with a bus timetable. Councillors unused to this form of travel should know that you can get on at Edinburgh and take the scenic route through Danderhall.

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