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The World At One beat BBC Scotland with …

Comment posted Council issues prompt response on Martha Payne’s NeverSeconds clampdown by Lundavra.

The World At One beat BBC Scotland with the retraction, they were told in an interview that the ban on photography was immediately revoked but BBC Scotland only added it on the end of their report five or ten minutes later.

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  • “National press” seems to be just the Daily Record, have any other newspapers tried to blame the dinner ladies.

    The people of Argyll (and further afield) should follow the Merseyside example and have a boycott of the Daily Record (perhaps until they give a very large donation to Mary’s Meals as an apology)?

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