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LOL

It was SNP policy to freeze council tax but that never happened, it was SNP policy to reduce class room sizes that never happened, it was Lib Dems policy not to introduce tuition fees and guess what that never happened.

The above were in manifestos and were still broken so I don't think a speech translates into any type of agreement or even a binding commitment to hold the referendum.

I never knew you held Cameron and what he said in such high regard.
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I'm pretty sure it did.

They've only just lifted the cap after about 10 years and the bands haven't gone up as much as they would have done had there been no freeze.
Doing some paper (now the 19/20 rates are out), and found, that despite the BBC article claiming a 3% freeze in 17/18 for Fife, ours has jumped 21% (17/18)
18/19 and 19/20 have gone up 3% each year.
Previous years the CT was frozen but the water and sewage still was at 0% (12/13) 2.77% (13/14) and around 1.57 in subsequent years.