Glasgow bin crisis: ‘This is an SNP problem, not a Thatcher problem’ says Brian Monteith

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‘This is an SNP problem that Scotland is suffering from, not a Thatcher problem’

Author and Commentator, Brian Monteith on the leader of Glasgow Council blaming Margaret Thatcher for bin crisis.

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