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Bosses of cash-strapped fire service criticised over pensions topping £7m

FOUR of the most senior figures in Scotland’s cash-strapped national fire service have pensions valued at over £7 million. Chief Officer Alasdair Hay has a pension worth £2.5m – the highest of any public sector executive identified by the Sunday Herald – which will give him £113,000 a year in retirement.

FOUR of the most senior figures in Scotland’s cash-strapped national fire service have pensions valued at over £7 million. Chief Officer Alasdair Hay has a pension worth £2.5m – the highest of any public sector executive identified by the Sunday Herald – which will give him £113,000 a year in retirement.

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