This issue: Pear shapes and Bananas

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This issue:
What happens to the rent if the ballot votes yes for QXHA?
THERE WILL BE NO bananas, oranges, apples, pears or any other kind of fruit for primary schools throughout Glasgow, as was recently announced by Glasgow City Council

RUCHILL PARK has been an open space free to all for over 100 years, since 1891. But now a London based charity are in talks with GCC over whether part of the park could be made available for them to build a new centre.

The Burgh Angel is also asking another question: ‘Why is the Labour council of Glasgow following the Con-Dem coalition’s agenda of cuts?’ (GCC).


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