Dumbarton didn’t even get a mention despite the fact that they were supposed to be also the Earl and Countess of Dumbarton, where they have never so much as visited since their wedding two years ago.
Hat tip to David Scott of the GMB trade union.
John Mason also ruled out “speaking up for” people in Glasgow Shettleston who wanted lower taxes or supported the Orange Order’s right to stage marches. He made the comments in an online row about how often religious marches should take place.
Mr Livingstone pointed out that there had been an almost 20% rise – from about 1,500 to 1,800 – in the number of loyalist and republican marches in Scotland, as well as a higher number of spontaneous protests such as those by Extinction Rebellion.
Parents in West Dunbartonshire have run up £14,500 of debt from unpaid school meals, according to a reply to a Freedom of Information request (designed by the Government to keep embarrassing information quiet) which revealed a staggering £1.1million is owed across of Scotland.