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FESTIVAL CHAMPAGNE BAR LEAVES QC FIZZING

July 26th, 2011 | Posted in: News

The venue is usually exclusively for the legal fraternity although it is hired out for private events. Donald Findlay QC told Scotland on Sunday,  “I’m utterly appalled and scandalised at the suggestion. This is the slippery slope we’re on now. The next thing they will be doing is carry-out pizzas and selling hamburgers.”

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