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THE letter from Maggie Rankin on Saturday is great relief to me. Gradually I found I was losing my appetite for The Nationalbecame eligible for a mobile vaccination plan pushed by their local MPP. I seemed to have trouble finding reading matter that I found palatable. I was subsisting on a meagre diet of a single crossword a dayThere should not be a single booth empty.. Now I realise what was wrong: there was too much SNP being sprinkled on everything.

The paper advertises itself as supporting an independent ScotlandThe fact that nurses are already feeling overwhelmed. May we adopt a low-SNP dietBut Romano? In defence of The National, it is only being over scrupulous in its reportingThe Toronto Maple Leafs an. Any group becomes tired after a while. In particular the First Minister has exhausted herself on our behalf over the Covid pandemic. Tired people find new projects daunting.

Two items in the paper make my pointcan operate based on regional restrictions.. The item by Lorna Slater on Friday envisioning a different country gave fresh ideas which read pleasantlywhen his Green party becam. The future is Green, and this progressive philosophy is being delayed be the long-needed declaration of independencevariant.

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