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Banks told to do their bit for Scots struggling in coronavirus crisis

Daily Record Wednesday, 25 March 2020
Banks told to do their bit for Scots struggling in coronavirus crisisScotland's finance secretary Kate Forbes said this is about 'getting through the next few months' as £5million given to seafood sector.
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