JOAN reckons Scots taking Margo's advice by backing independence in September would be a legacy she would have wanted.
MARGO MacDonald never grumbled about pain.
She shrugged it off like a minor inconvenience even when she was close to death.
She phoned just two weeks ago, offering support when an anti-independence newspaper mounted a vendetta against me.
“Remember, these things pass in politics,” she advised, in her firm, motherly way.
“But you have to be nice to everyone – even the folk ye cannae stand!”...
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