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Concern voiced over terror threat

SAFETY on the West Coast’s ferries and in rural areas will be discussed at a government level, after a senior police officer voiced fears over the force’s ability to deal with terror attacks, writes Louise Glen.

The Oban Times raised the matter with islands and transport minister Humza Yousaf when he visited Mull this week.

As Counter Terrorism Awareness Week was launched across Scotland, Mr Yousaf said he was concerned to hear that staff working on transport systems and in rural police offices were being put in the firing line.

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