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Hefty credit card bills and a £9m fall in value at Arch, auditors say - ChronicleLive

ChronicleLiveHefty credit card bills and a £9m fall in value at Arch, auditors sayChronicleLiveThere was an attitude that we can do what we want with public money.” But Labour councillors have decried the Conservative council administration's approach to Arch, saying the audit committee “has been taken over to discuss the matters of a company”.24-05-2018

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Hefty credit card bills and a £9m fall in value at Arch, auditors say
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There was an attitude that we can do what we want with public money.” But Labour councillors have decried the Conservative council administration's approach to Arch, saying the audit committee “has been taken over to discuss the matters of a company”.

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