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Apr 22, 2005

/ msp fails to make case over whisky barley

a motion that only home-grown barley should be used to make scotch whisky found no support in parliament last night. holyrood’s newest msp, liberal democrat andrew arbuckle, made the proposal the cornerstone of his first member’s motion, arguing that the move would give scotch whisky protected geographical indicator (pgi) status...

via the scotsman

03:01 PM in scotland | Permalink

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