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Aberdeen South hustings held at church

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Candidates looking for votes will debate at Peterculter Parish Church

A hustings debate for the Aberdeen South constituency has been held.

Aberdeen South is expected to be one of the country's most hotly-contested seats in the forthcoming general election in May.

Candidates from the four main parties were among those taking part, at Peterculter Parish Church, on Friday evening.

It was organised by local churches, to cover local, national and international issues.

Labour's Anne Begg will be defending the seat.

Also standing in the constituency are Lib Dem John Sleigh, Conservative Amanda Harvie, the SNP's Mark McDonald, Rhonda Reekie of the Greens, the BNP's Susan Ross, and Robert Green for Scotland Against Crooked Lawyers.



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