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Lincolnshire County Council leader Martin Hill is against a proposed increase in councillors' allowances

The leader of Lincolnshire County Council said he will reject proposals to increase councillors’ expenses by 2.75 per cent for 2021.

Coun Martin Hill said: “I don’t think we should take anything bearing in mind obviously coronavirus issues and the fact that a lot of people out there are struggling with their jobs and their businesses.”

As council leader, Coun Hill could go from being able to claim £35,026.42 to £35,989.64 next year, a difference of £963.22, but said he will reject this increase.

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