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Here's two letters published in The Sunday Herald (12 November 2017):
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Pesticide report suppressed after freedom of information warning
How the Scottish Government ‘nuanced’ away fish farm pesticide ban
Editorial: "Independent scrutiny is a cornerstone of democracy"
Sunday Herald: "Report ditched after FOI fears"
Sunday Herald: "Revealed: Scottish Government put pressure on Sepa to drop ban on toxic pesticide"
The Ferret: "Fish farm industry ‘lashes out’ on pesticide controls"
Editorial: "Welcome move in pesticide scandal"
Sunday Herald: "Fish farms industry now at war with SEPA over toxic-loch pesticide"
The Ferret: "Scottish Government under fire for helping block pesticide ban"
Editorial: "Holyrood must investigate pesticide claims"
Sunday Herald: "Scottish government accused of intervening to block ban on toxic pesticide"
The Ferret: "Revealed: secret role of US drug company in fish farm pesticide row"
Sunday Herald: "Scottish government accused of colluding with drug giant over pesticides scandal"
The Ferret: "Ban on polluting pesticide dropped after complaint from fish farmers"
Sunday Herald: "Toxic pesticide ban scrapped after fish farm industry pressure"
The Ferret: "Government watchdog bowed to industry pressure on fish farm pollution"
"Crackdown on fish farm pesticides after Sunday Herald investigation"
The Ferret: "Mapped: the 45 lochs polluted by fish farm pesticides"
Front Page of Sunday Herald: "Revealed: Scandal of 45 Lochs Trashed by Pollution"
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