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Old allies reunite as SNP ‘frozen out’

AS THE council in Kilmory settles into an administration and opposition, Nationalist councillors claim they were ‘locked out’ of power-broking discussions.

The first meeting of Argyll and Bute Council in the wake of this month’s elections saw plenty of new faces around the chamber – but the likely administration has a familiar look.

From the outset it has been clear that the favourite in the race to form a majority administration was a coalition between the same partners who formed the administration prior to the election.

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