SNP leader in Edinburgh failed to declare hotel ownership



The SNP candidate who could become leader of Scotland’s capital has been called a “liability” after it emerged he failed to declare his ownership of a Highland hotel.
Frank Ross, currently the depute leader of Edinburgh City Council, initially said he could not remember if he had informed officials that he bought the 11-bedroom property last October, according to The Herald.
However, Mr Ross has since said he will be submitting fresh paperwork to confirm he owns most of a company that paid £160,000 for the Silverfjord Hotel in Kingussie.
Under the Councillors’ Code of Conduct, the business... read more

 
21 April 2017 in Politics, Views: 74
Source: Scotsman
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