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Where will the Borough Council workers end up?

Labours’ plans not to build the new civic office at Southwater mean that 300 workers will be displaced by council workers at a cost of £500,000 to the tax payer in lost rent.

T & W chief executive asks for redundancy

Victor Brownlees, chief executive of Telford & Wrekin Council, has asked for redundancy following a shake-up by the newly elected Labour administration.

Council wage bill drops

Under the Conservative administration the wage bill at Telford and Wrekin has dropped by £1.1 million.

Andrew Lansley visits The Wrekin

Andrew Lansley, the Secretary of State for Health, was the guest Speaker at a social function in The Wrekin yesterday.

Labour Council withdraws funding from Rural Areas

The Labour councillors on Telford and Wrekin Council have decided to prioritise urban roads rather than rural ones, and blamed the previous Conservative administration for spending money on rural areas.