Scottish Budget 'falls short'

By Dan Peters | 29 January 2021

The Scottish Government’s £11.6bn budget ‘falls short of the fair funding local government requires,’ councils have said.

According to calculations by the Convention of Scottish Local Authorities (COSLA), the Scottish Government’s announcement represented a £362m shortfall on revenue and £20m on capital.

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