EXCLUSIVE: County Hall will be asked to invest in South Crofty tin mine

Posted By on 4th December 2018

By Anne North Cornwall’s taxpayers could soon be asked to invest up to £1 million in the South Crofty tin mine, more than six months after its owners announced their…

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  1. If I get my sums or predictions wrong with the future of my business, will Cornwall Council bung me a bunch of cash? I don’t think so.

    So why should our massively in debt council even consider investing in this?

  2. Some of the £1 mil might be better invested in providing enough school buses. Do the councillors declare on their electoral papers they are professional clowns as a second job. Why do they think a council should invest our money in private companies?

  3. “I know it’s only £1 million – which isn’t very much in the overall scheme of things”
    I sincerely hope that this attitude by a Cornwall Council cabinet member isn’t prevalent throughout the Council.
    The portents for an almighty mess-up (I am trying to be polite) in the future of the Cornwall Council finances are not good.

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