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'Bully' boss inquiry call.

A COUNCIL leader accused of bullying has called for an inquiry to clear his name.

Andy Hill, leader of South Ayrshire Council, denied last night he had verbally abused councillors and officials.

Ayr councillor Brenda Campbell resigned from the Labour group last week, claiming she'd been the victim of "threats and intimidation".

And Tory Pam Paterson said: "He bawled at me so much at a council meeting, I asked if we had an anti-bullying policy.

"He said he wasn't bullying - but I told him to try seeing it from where I was sitting."
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