Passport for the North Highland Way will be launched on 17 July 2019.

NUJ journalist: If you can get one of the Councillors there to present that would be great. Preferably Hugh Morrison from Durness.  I already have representation from a big landowner in Dunnet.Maybe an announcement in the paper.  They will not accept anything from me as I am a journalist and want paying.

If you can get one of the Councillors there to present that would be great.

Maybe an announcement in the paper.  They will not accept anything from me as I am a journalist and want paying.

 

Parliamentary assistant: I’m not sure why I’ve been sent this email, please remove me from your mailing system.

NUJ member: You are in the Scottish Parliament, and I thought you might be vaguely interested in something going on in Scotland. Apparently not.
You are a public servant, GDPR does not apply to you, but will remove you anyway. And publish your note on the Anecdotes page of my web site at www.wordsreunited.co.uk.  Thankfully I have been commissioned to write a book along the lines of how the Scottish Government treated Andrew Banks when he was setting up Pentland Ferries.  Giving subsidies to the Scrabster to Stromness route against the private sector.  Corruption and cronism at its best.
Parliamentary assistant: I do not give you permission to publish anything on your website. I am not a public servant.
NUJ member: Of course you are a public servant, you work in Parliament.  I will not be writing your name, and I can write what I like on my web site.  You are not a censor.  There was a case in Ireland about Freedom of the Press last week, perhaps Scotland would like a case.  The police were found wanting.  A great victory for democracy… not that there is a lot of that in Scotland. I lived there for 16 years, I should know.
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Freelance writer and Spanish tutor working in Ireland. BSc in Computing and Spanish, Post Graduate Diploma in Environmental Economics, Policy and Risk, Diploma in Journalism. With 16 years experience in Scotland, we are well placed to assist with tourism development.

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