Court decision not excuse to dump mine early

Court decision not excuse to dump mine early

Fiona Gannon (C) MP, Scottish Labour

An “excuse” for a decision not to give the money back was given to the company on 17 November 2013 by a judge, with no objection from Labour MPs.

In a letter dated December 13, 2013, judge Patrick Murphy ruled that the cash paid to the company by the Office of Revenue Ombudsman should have been made public by then.

An email from a senior Labour official to Andrew Jackson, who then led the de우리카지노partment for culture, Media and Sport, that day was among documents leaked to the Sunday Times.

The letter from Labour’s David Crombie said: “We don’t think that was a mistake. I cannot recall anyone in the department saying anything.”

However, following the decision, party sources said the party was now planning to re-evaluate the terms and conditions for the scheme and to call on Scottish ministers for additional public money for the project.

The party is also prepared to call for an investigation into the cash paid for the scheme.

“We want to 더킹카지노give the government our full backing to look further into the way the Department for Culture, Media and Sport was using and dealing with this money,” said a Labour source.

“There is also a great deal of doubt over whether we’re entitled to demand the cash back or for the government to get involved in what we think is an improper way to recover a payment which was not made in full.

“What was really decided in court is it was an absolute waste of public money.”

Mr Crow told the Sunday Times that the party was now considering whether to hold a debate on the future of the funding scheme, despite the decision against its re-imbursement by Murphy.

“We’ve actually looked at this again and again and we thought the way it was handled could be better. We’re looking into the issue in great detail and we’ve been on record saying that if the government doesn’t deliver what they promised then there’ll be a debate at Westminster which we think was not proper in all respects,” he added.

A Department for Culture, Media and Sport spokesman said: “The money paid to the firm involved by the Office of Revenue Ombudsman for the development of the West Highland Way mine has been made public.

“The money received by the business does not in any way affect the decision made by the department over how much to pay.

“The money we gave바카라사이트 the company includes a guarante

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