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Scott: just two days left to save local policing

May 3, 2011 7:08 PM
Originally published by Scottish Liberal Democrats

Scottish Liberal Democrat Leader Tavish Scott joined Edinburgh candidates Margaret Smith, Alex Cole-Hamilton and Mike Pringle to sign the 'Keep Scottish Policing Local' pledge at the HQ of Lothian and Borders Police in Edinburgh.

Commenting after the visit, Tavish Scott said:

"Scots have just two days left to save local policing.

"On Thursday if they want to keep policing local, if they want solutions to grow our economy and if they want to restore excellence to Scottish education, they should vote Liberal Democrat.

"If they vote SNP, they're voting for five years of political campaigning for independence."