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A penny for your votes

Toilets biggest concern as four miss hustings

The closure of the Arran public toilets is a political hot potato that just won’t go away, if Monday night’s hustings meeting in Brodick was anything to go by.

The issue took centre stage as the candidates in next week’s local council elections faced the electorate in Brodick Hall.

However, with seven candidates standing for the Ardossan and Arran seat, not a single hopeful from the mainland was represented at the event, organised by the Arran CVS.

That left the three Arran candidates – Ellen Mc- Master of the SNP, Conservative Timothy Billings and Scottish Socialist Colin Turbett – facing the 60-strong audience in what was largely a good-natured exchange.

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