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More councils open their books

On August 12th I reproduced the DCLG Roll of Honour of 26 councils that he adopted spending transparency by publishing online payments to suppliers over £500. In addition to this list I have noted that Wandsworth and Trafford have joined the revolution.

By way of an update, the following nine councils have now opened up their books on the same basis. Also Staffordshire has become the first Fire Authoroity to have done so.

Elmbridge

Kensington and Chelsea

Woking.

Surrey Heath.

Welwyn Hatfield.

Wirral.

Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service.

Devon.

Staffordshire Moorlands.

Broxbourne.

Have I missed anyone?

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