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Members claim ‘too many acronyms’ in council reports

TWO ARGYLL and Bute councillors have made a plea for plain English.

Councillor George Freeman complained at last Thursday’s meeting of the full council that reports from the local authority contain too many acronyms and that their meaning may not be clear to many members of the public.

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