Scots query help for troubled college

July 4, 1997

The Association of Scottish Colleges is questioning Pounds 166,000 extra government funding for Clydebank College, which has been facing redundancies because of a substantial deficit. Tom Kelly, chief officer of the ASC, said other colleges would be justifiably concerned if the extra help was being found at their expense.

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