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Indy? It’s in our DNA

IN the latest iScot Question and Answer feature, DAVE BOWMAN turns the spotlight on Glasgow City SNP councillor and proud Irishman FEARGAL DALTON and asks about his previous career in the Royal Navy and why he requested a move to the Trident nuclear submarine base at Faslane.

Feargal - who is married to SNP MP Carol Monaghan - also talks about Ireland’s huge contribution to Scottish society and politics and expresses the hope that Glasgow might soon be able to celebrate its Irish links by staging a family-friendly cross-community St Patrick’s Parade.

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