The council chief paid £318k for a 4-day week

Larisa Brown
August 2014
Daily Mail;8/25/2014, p32
BRITAIN'S highest earning council boss is paid £318,500 a year for a fourday week - but uses his own company in a scheme that reduces tax bills, it has emerged.


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