Onion eyes

2nd May 1997 at 01:00
Only one retrospective on the election campaign. One of the candidate teachers (TESS, April 18) was Maire Whitehead, headteacher at St Mirin's primary, who stood for the SNP in Cathcart. Throughout the constituency street furniture was adorned with posters bearing Whitehead's surname and the party's "onion" logo.

Local children passed their own electoral verdict, not by the obvious tactic of altering a letter in her name but by adapting the logo with two wee eyes and a mouth down at the corners.

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