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Authorities which have indicated an interest in catering for Glasgow overspill include the Town Councils of Kilmarnock, Kirkintilloch and Milngavie, and the County Council of Dunbarton. The authorities have, of course, not committed themselves as to numbers or detailed proposals, pending the legislative decisions of Parliament and discussions with Glasgow Corporation which the corporation has already initiated.
Indicating "an interest" does not mean that in any way they are committed to carrying out any such arrangements as envisaged under the overspill agreement. Has any authority in Scotland shown more than interest and given a definite promise that it will carry out such an agreement?