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ONE of Scotland’s wealthiest businessmen has been accused of holding up his own ambitious plans for a new skills college for disaffected teenagers by failing to commit cash to the project.
Jim McColl, the billionaire chairman and chief executive of Clyde Blowers, had blamed “negative” bureaucrats after he was forced to postpone the opening of Newlands Junior College in Glasgow.
But Glasgow City Council said it had allocated £500,000 towards the project and said McColl’s “failure to commit” funding was the only reason the project had not already gone ahead.