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Holyrood independence campaigners ignore eviction deadline - The Scotsman

8.1.16

Holyrood independence campaigners ignore eviction deadline - The Scotsman: Scottish Parliament officials confirmed that they would now press ahead with legal action to remove the campaigners from the site.

A parliament spokesman said: “We note that the period given to the campers to remove has passed without them complying with our request. Accordingly, as we stated in our letter, we are raising court proceedings for recovery of possession and we have arrangements in hand.”

However, camp spokeswoman, Moira Williams, 46, from Polmont, said she and others living at the camp expected to remain on site for the foreseeable future and claimed that up to 25 people were visiting it every day to offer support.


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