Dream on

24th October 1997 at 01:00
Glasgow's school closures scheme was lauded by Chris Mason, the Liberal Democrat leader, as a thing of vision. Usually scathing about Labour leadership, Mason commended Malcolm Green, education convener and creator of the package. But Bob Gray, education vice-convener and former Lord Provost, detected problems with Green's prophetic vision: "He's sounding more like Dr Martin Luther Green."

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