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Vivien Dance smiling benignly at the Princess Royal …

Comment posted Helensburgh candidates putting the rules back by PBP.

Vivien Dance smiling benignly at the Princess Royal as both stood on the Victoria Hall steps, as seen on the front page of the Helensburgh Advertiser, when Mrs Dance had been explicitly banned from the property because of the election ‘purdah’ – how does that shape up with the rules?

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