Colour coded?

19th January 2001 at 00:00
The most recent meeting of the Scottish Executive's "working together, learning together" project took place at Celtic Park in Glasgow's east end.

The purpose was to explore issues in promoting social justice and inclusion and the event was attended by community represetatives from social inclusion partnerships in the west of Scotland.

Delegates noticed at the start of the meeting that only lime juice was provided by Celtic Catering. Perhaps significantly, there was no orange juice anywhere in sight.

Inclusive or what?


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