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Politicians are urged: ‘Be as strong as Tarbert’

POLITICIANS must put aside party politics and be guided by ‘human decency’ as the bid to raise the Nancy Glen intensifies.

The call came from Clyde Fishermen’s Association chairman Kenny MacNab as he confirmed that quotes had been received to raise the fishing boat from the bottom of Loch Fyne.

On the evening of January 18, the 40- foot vessel Nancy Glen TT100 was fishing prawns on the loch not far from her home port of Tarbert when she capsized and sank – despite intense efforts to save her.

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