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Glasgow Airport named among worst in the world for passenger complaints in shock survey – Scottish Daily Record


Scottish Daily Record

Glasgow Airport named among worst in the world for passenger complaints in shock survey
Scottish Daily Record
A Glasgow Airport spokesman added: “Last year, we became the first airport to complete the grand slam of industry awards by being named Scottish Airport of the Year and the Airport Operators Association’s Best Airport, both for the second year in a row.

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Glasgow Vegan Festival latest celebration of meat-free living to join the culture spreading across Scotland – The Scottish Sun


The Scottish Sun

Glasgow Vegan Festival latest celebration of meat-free living to join the culture spreading across Scotland
The Scottish Sun
An increasing number of vegan and vegetarian restaurants and cafes have opened in recent years – including Glasgow’s Mono, Stereo, The 78 and Usha’s – with many venues adding meat and dairy-free options to their menus. Earlier this month we also told …

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SNP reselects 54 MPs as general election candidates – Glasgow Live


Glasgow Live

SNP reselects 54 MPs as general election candidates
Glasgow Live
McGarry’s Glasgow East seat and Thomson’s Edinburgh West seat will also be fought by new SNP candidates. Thomson has already confirmed she will not contest the election as an independent, and expressed disappointment with the party’s decision.

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Glasgow UKIP candidate wants to bring back the guillotine and abolish golf courses – Glasgow Live


Glasgow Live

Glasgow UKIP candidate wants to bring back the guillotine and abolish golf courses
Glasgow Live
Gisela Allen, UKIP’s candidate for the Garscadden/Scotstounhill ward in the Glasgow Council elections, has come out in favour of reintroducing the death penalty, but has suggested an alternative to hanging. Speaking to The Clydebank Post , Allen said
Ukip candidate Gisella Allen says she would bring back the death penalty by guillotineThe Independent

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