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RICHARD LEONARD welcomed the growing influence of the Morning Star in Scotland today, prior to the paper’s Christmas bazaar in Glasgow on Saturday.
The Scottish Labour leader, a long-standing contributor to the people’s paper said: “The Morning Star’s contribution to the labour movement and the left is invaluable and deserves our full backing.
“The Star’s recent expansion in Scotland is a very welcome development and I hope people across the movement will support the paper by going along to the annual Christmas bazaar.”
Fellow Labour MSPs Pauline McNeill and James Kelly, as well as Patrick Harvie from the Greens, have also lent their support to the bazaar.
The annual fundraising event is being held in the Annexe on Stewartville Street, Partick, Glasgow tomorrow December 8 from noon until 3pm.
It will feature a a wheel of fortune, a tombola, home baking, books, toys, Christmas and international gifts for sale.
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