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PS80k bus bonus win.

Directors who sparked a boardroom battle at one of Scotland's biggest bus firms are to be given bonuses of PS80,000.

Lothian Buses finance director Norman Strachan and engineering boss Bill Devlin took Edinburgh Council to a tribunal after being told the bonuses wouldn't be paid.

The bus company held back the payments after the pair criticised managing director Ian Craig over his management style.

Devlin and Strachan, along with a third director, launched a grievance procedure that led to the resignation of Craig and chairwoman Anne Faulds.

Lothian Buses chairman Jim McFarlane said: "The directors have been paid in line with their contracts."

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Publication:Sunday Mail (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Mar 6, 2016
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