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19th May 2000 at 01:00
Comedian Fred McAulay may have been the star turn for pupils attending last week's anti-drugs "Choices for Life" event in Glasgow. But teachers, questioned on their knowledge of drgs, had their own comic turn - Constable Kenny Simpson of Strathclyde's finest. "If you get three questions correct, we come up and search your house," Simpson quipped.


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