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PostPosted: Sun Jun 03, 2012 8:06 am 
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SCOTLAND'S largest [LABOUR] council is funding Orange Order street parties to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee...
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And the best of it the party that still officially supports an United Ireland, especially local Labour parties are the ones doing this, and starting a "fighting fund", to try and get a no vote in October 2014. Two faced barstewards.

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 04, 2012 12:57 am 
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I can only presume Glasgow council had something similar to the following.

Funding offers communities chance to celebrate Queen’s Diamond Jubilee
20/03/12
Local groups that plan to organise a community event to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee are being invited to apply for special funding from Aberdeen City Council.

The City Council approved the spending of £50,000 for appropriate community events in Aberdeen to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee as part of the Common Good Fund budget for 2012/13.

To qualify community groups must meet the following criteria:

the event must take place within Aberdeen for the benefit of a community;
funding can only be used for the purposes of entertainment, venue hire, transport, staffing or catering. No part of the
funding can be spent on the provision of alcohol;
community groups must provide a brief report and receipts for all expenditure and submit them to the Council within a month of the event taking place;
the funding must be for the benefit of all in the community;
events should be held and funding spent by end of June 2012;
event organisers are responsible for ensuring that they comply with all regulations such as entertainment licences and health & safety.
Failure to comply with any of the above criteria would result in the application for funding being denied or a request by Aberdeen City Council for repayment of any funds awarded.

Colin Wright, of the Council's Education, Culture and Sport communities team said: "We would encourage any group or community that is considering organising a community event to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee to get in touch. There is £50,000 available and we would be delighted to see it go to as many groups and communities as possible."

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They also did a deal with the LOL before the election and increased the number of endless Orange Parades in the City. There are over 20 Tangerine Walks in the City this weekend

Meanwhile, over at Parkheid, the The millionaire Celtic Board Directors are still donating millions to HM Labour Party in appreciation for all the contracts their private companies received.

The Lanarkshire Labour Catholic Mafia also had talks with the local Ludges against voting SNP before the last election and several times before that.

Both the Green Brigade and the Blue Order carry anti Salmond; anti SNP and anti Independence banners and chants. Ex Glasgow Labour Provost and Ex Celtic Board Director, Tesco PR, Michael Smelly is fronting a bigots O.F. alliance.

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