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Tom Morton raises a glass to the Scottish Government’s minimum alcohol pricing legislation

The last time I left the Labour Party it was in a state of anger and outrage at the appointment by Jeremy Corbyn of convicted arsonist the Baron Watson of Invergowrie as House of Lords spokesman on education. Or at least that was the final straw. The spark that lit the, ah, flame of discontent and fury in the dodgy curtains of my politics.

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