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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.

Lundavra also commented

  • “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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    I think it is a lot more complicated than that. The MSM have their problems but Buzzfeed has been discredited and no one with any sense trusts Twitter as a source.

    Wikileaks seem to do whatever Moscow tells them – no coincidence that in their supposed search for the truth they never release anything from Russia.

    At least lots of people in many countries are now talking seriously about the end of the Eurozone and possible break up of the EU which will be accelerated by the financial crisis when the UK leaves (excluding Germany, Britain’s contribution is more than the total net contribution of the 26 other EU states combined). Anyone wanting to join this disaster must be crazy!

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    I would not criticism them without knowing the reason.
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    Good of A. SALMON to illustrate (or should I have written “shoe”) the “SNP’s disastrous “decade of failure” regarding the education records of our schools”
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    Interesting feature on the Campbeltown Picture House on Radio 4 this afternoon.

    MAGAZINE PROGRAMME: The Film Programme
    On: BBC Radio 4
    Date: Thursday 24th November 2016 (Already shown)
    Time: 16:00 to 16:30 (30 minutes long)

    Cinema magazine programme. Francine Stock visits Campbeltown on the west coast of Scotland, where the community have come together to save their art deco cinema. The Uckfield Picture House celebrates its centenary in 2016 and for over 50 years it’s been owned by one family. Kevin Markwick has been with the cinema since he was babe in arms and talks about his life in pictures.
    (Repeated Sunday)
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