Poll blow for heads;Jotter

25th April 1997 at 01:00
How not to win votes: cash-strapped West Dunbartonshire is so keen to spend wisely that Ian McMurdo, director of education, has rescheduled a primary heidies' meeting for next Thursday when most of their schools will be closed and turned into polling stations. So no chance to spend a day at home catching up on development work.

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