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MSP Christina salutes ‘trailblazer’ Winnie

IN the latest iScot Q&A feature, DAVE BOWMAN puts the questions to Hamilton, Larkhall and Stonehouse MSP CHRISTINA McKELVIE, who has been a member at Holyrood for all of the SNP’s ten years in power.

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