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'No Public Money' for Stadium

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7:01am 28th February 2012

Officials insist there is no plan to spend taxpayer's cash on a Stadium for Cornwall.

It is after claims a leaked document suggested pumping in up to £16m.

Cornwall Council says potential options are on the table which will be discussed at a meeting in the future.

It is after the resignation of the deputy leader of the Conservatives on the council, who claimed to have seen a draft report.

7:01am 28th February 2012

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