Tory slams Labour over mobile phone controversy

A SENIOR CONSERVATIVE HAS slammed the Labour administration after it was revealed that more than half of council staff own a mobile phone paid for by the authority.

A report presented by councillor Phil Smith admitted officers did not know where a “considerable” number of the phones were.

A total of 371 mobile phone contracts out of 1,255 have already been terminated in a bid to save the council £9,000.

Tory Cllr Rob Gledhill said: “Labour is spending so much time trying to discredit the Conservatives, rather than running the council, they are actually creating more problems than they solve.”

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