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Labour's clean power plan provides voters with the security that change is coming, while also providing investors and businesses with certainty, writes Sarah Boyack MSP

Last year, I visited a wind farm in the Western Isles. Point and Sandwick is community-owned, and provides energy to the island's residents. Not only that, but it also provides revenue for the local...

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