Row over school fire all-clear;In brief

30th April 1999 at 01:00
TEACHERS IN West Dunbartonshire are asking the Health and Safety Executive to investigate the council's handling of last month's fire at Clydebank High. Josephine McDaid, school representative for the Educational Institute of Scotland, said staff were called back into the building before there was a full health and safety assessment.

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