The tram directors received more than £400,000 in compensation
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Edinburgh tram directors 'should return money'

The former directors of Edinburgh's trams company shared more than £400,000 in severance pay when it was closed down.

TIE was set up by the city council to manage the controversial trams project but was broken up at the end of August 2011.

One local SNP politician is calling for the directors to give the money back.

Jim Eadie MSP said: "These golden good-byes should be returned."

  • 21 Jun 2012