Comment posted McCuish announces ‘coalition for progress’ by hebisles.
i don,t know who islay forever is ,but i suspect he or she is what is termed on this island a white settler. obviously they are a tory to the root but haven,t a .councillor for the island except a lib dem which as many comments on this website have shown, that he has his own interests at heart and not the islanders or their children. donald kelly is an honest man and puts the interests of all the folk of argyll and bute above any party political associations whatsoever. this election was a local election and local issues are what most folk on the island of islay are concerned about.the argyll first group are in touch with the people of argyll which is more than can be said of david cameron and his cronies in his coalition,who are not in touch with the people in britain at all.
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only one linkspan in port ellen and that is on the south side the berth the barley boat is on is concrete
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as treble t knows very well the bus timetables on islay are set by Argyll and bute council he is just doing what he loves best having a go at calmac
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wait and see where they are planning to deploy the coruisk
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calmac did not abandon port ellen today as the scheduled 0945 left port ellen as usual and the loti coming from oban this morning used port askaig on its way to kennacraig which made sense.all other sailings on a tuesday are scheduled to and from port askaig with the exception of the 1230 from port ellen which was the sailing which the loti did today. get your facts right newsie
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the yacht has been in port ellen islay all day yesterday and abramovich and guests have been touring and cycling all day she passed through the sound of islay at approx. 1645 today after leaving port ellen
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