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The BBC’s website are running a list entitled "In Full: Councils facing losses." Very much doubt it is the full list I’m afraid. Some Councils are probably lying low like Brer Fox and stonewalling the media. Some Councils that haven’t invested their money in Icelandic banks are putting a statement on their websites to make this clear. The good news is that Ealing hasn’t put any money that way. Nor has Wandsworth. Nor has Hammersmith and Fulham. (Thank you for asking.)

But for what it is worth this is the BBC’s list of Councils which have admitted to having deposits in the collapsed Icelandic bank Landsbanki or its UK arm Heritable, or in other threatened Icelandic institutions. If your Council hasn’t got a denial on their website yet then it may well be one to add.

  • Kent County Council – £50 million
  • Nottingham City Council – £42 million
  • Norfolk County Council – £32.5 million
  • Dorset County Council – £28.1 million
  • Hertfordshire – £28 million
  • Barnet Council- £27 million
  • Somerset County Council – £25 million
  • Northumberland County Council – £23 million
  • Surrey County Council – £20 million
  • Hillingdon Council – £20 million
  • Neath Port Talbot Council – £20 million
  • Westminster Council – £17 million
  • Brent – £15 million
  • Caerphilly County Council – £15 million.
  • North Ayrshire – £15 million
  • Plymouth City Council £13 million
  • Havering Council – £12.5 million
  • South Hams – £12.5 million
  • West Sussex – £12.9 million
  • Breckland Council – £12 million
  • Gloucestershire County Council – £12 million
  • Cheltenham Borough Council – £11 million
  • Lancashire County Council – £10 million
  • Scottish Borders Council – £10m
  • Cambridge City Council – £9 million
  • Wakefield – £9 million
  • West Oxfordshire District Council – £9 million
  • Wyre Forest District Council – £9 million
  • Cheshire County Council – £8.5 million
  • Bassetlaw District Council – £8 million
  • Bristol City Council – £8 million
  • Daventry District Council – £8 million
  • Wiltshire County Council – £8 million
  • South Lanarkshire Council – £7.5 million
  • Derwentside District Council – £7 million
  • North East Lincolnshire Council – £7 million
  • West Lindsey District Council – £7 million
  • Cherwell District Council – £6.5 million
  • Redcar and Cleveland Council – £6 million
  • Lancaster City Council – £6 million
  • Canterbury City Council – £6 million
  • Ceredigion – £5.5 million
  • North Lincolnshire Council – £ 5.5 million
  • Sutton Council – £5.5 million
  • Bracknell Forest – £5 million
  • Bromley Borough Council – £5 million
  • Buckinghamshire County Council – £5 million
  • Stoke-on-Trent Council – £5 million
  • Braintree District – £5 million
  • Cornwall County Council – £5 million
  • Exeter City Council – £5 million
  • Ipswich Borough Council – £5 million
  • Oxfordshire County Council – £5 million
  • South Ayrshire – £5 million
  • South Ribble – £5 million
  • Wokingham Borough Council – £5 million
  • Gateshead Council – £4.5 million
  • Oxford City Council – £4.5 million
  • Colchester Borough Council – £4 million
  • East Lindsey District Council – £4 million
  • East Staffordshire Borough Council – £4 million
  • North Wiltshire District Council – £4 million
  • Powys Council £4 million
  • Restormel Borough Council – £4 million
  • Rotherham Council – £3.8 million
  • Flintshire Council – £3.7 million
  • Aylesbury District Council – £3 million
  • East Ayrshire – £3 million
  • North Somerset – £3 million
  • Doncaster Council – £3 million
  • Nuneaton and Bedworth – £3 million
  • Peterborough City Council – £3 million
  • Rhondda Cynon Taff Council – £3 million
  • Solihull Council – £3 million
  • Stroud – £3 million
  • Slough Council – £2.5 million
  • South Oxfordshire District Council – £2.5 million
  • Wycombe District Council – £2.5 million
  • Cotswold District Council – £2 million
  • Gloucester City Council – £2 million
  • Great Yarmouth – £2 million
  • Moray Council – £2 million
  • Newark and Sherwood District Council – £2 million
  • South Ham District Council – £1.25 million
  • Monmouthshire Council – £1.2 million
  • Mid-Devon – £1.1 million
  • Charnwood Borough Council – £1 million
  • Dover District Council – £1 million
  • Bridgend Council – £1 million
  • Bridgenorth – £1 million
  • Hertsmere Borough Council – £1 million
  • Kirklees Council – £1 million
  • Perth and Kinross Council – £1 million
  • Tewkesbury Council – £1 million
  • Vale of White Horse District Council – £1 million
  • Winchester – £1 million
  • Sevenoaks District Council – £1 million
  • Tonbridge and Malling Borough Council – £1 million
  • Lewes District Council – £1 million
  • Burnley Council – TBC
  • Chorley Council – TBC
  • Wychavon District Council – TBC

Other affected bodies

  • Transport For London – £40 million
  • Metropolitan Police – £30 million
  • Dorset Police Authority – £7 million
  • Sussex Police Authority – £6.8 million
  • West Yorkshire Police Authority – £6 million
  • Northumbria Police Authority – £3.5 million
  • Hertfordshire Police Authority – £3 million
  • Gwent Police Authority – £1 million

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