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WEST Dunbartonshire’s licensing board convener has hit back at Clydebank’s MSP in a war of words over gambling in the town.
Councillor John Mooney said he was concerned Gil Paterson was “unaware” of the new powers handed to the Scottish Parliament under the Scotland Act 2016.
But the MSP repeated his attacks on the convener and went even further, accusing the councillor of being controlled by London and waging “political warfare against Scots”.
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