Data shows that people on council tax band ‘D’ in Glasgow pay £1428 – not including water and sewerage charges – while the average across Scotland for the same band is just £1347.

That means people in band ‘D’ in Glasgow are paying 5.8% more than the average Scot.

People in Shetland pay £1206 – over £200 less than those in Glasgow, despite being in the same band. The only local authority with a higher council tax for those in band ‘D’ is Midlothian, where tax payers fork out £1443.

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