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Those you do see are predominantly from local businesses promoting local services. These adverts enable local businesses to get in front of their target audience — the local community. It is important that we continue to promote these adverts as our local businesses need as much support as possible during these challenging times. Alex Salmond is famously such a big BBC fan, perhaps he wanted to pay tribute to the broadcaster?
WHO could have possibly predicted it? Alex Salmond returns to politics with a partly Gaelic party name, and UK political journalists appear a little confused by it, to say the least. Even non-Gaelic speakers in Scotland see it everywhere in their daily lives — on road s, trains and emergency service vehicles. Unless Alex Salmond has found a new passion for the broadcaster, which seems pretty unlikely tbh. But what we do is that last night he tweeted this out to his We can only hope and pray that Mr Rentoul was deliberately trolling to provoke a strong reaction among his Scottish following.
His tweet prompted nearly responses. I know, let us name it after a BBC channel. You should see what the BBC calls its Welsh language radio station! Someone better tell Plaid Cymru. Ah, Gaelic. Its power is unrivalled. We know there are thousands of National readers who want to debate, argue and go back and forth in the comments section of our stories. What should we do with our second vote in ? What happens if Westminster says no to indyref2? We have decided to make the ability to comment only available to our 12, paying subscribers.
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