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Po­lice launch probe into un­li­censed Glas­gow bars and clubs

So­cial me­dia, apps etc are mak­ing a mock­ery of leg­is­la­tion and li­cens­ing re­quire­ments. A bit like dial-a-bar when you wanted a carry-out at 2am.

Joe De­marco

Maybe if the es­tab­lished bars upped their game in­stead of charg­ing a for­tune for garbage at­mos and drinks they wouldn’t moan about it. miguel sanchez

For­get mur­ders and rapes, folk sell­ing cans of ten­nents for 50p ex­tra in a ware­house rave is where the real trou­ble lies. Ste­wart Boy

Anger over Xmas rub­bish dump­ing at Darn­ley su­per­mar­ket

I’d rather it was in and around re­cy­cling points like this than on the streets as it can be ev­ery year. The peo­ple who dumped it here could eas­ily have dumped it on YOUR street and they didn’t, they went out their way to take it to a re­cy­cling point (al­though dis­re­spect­fully not in bins pro­vided) but at least it’s there. There was also card­board from the store in trol­lies next to it as well. It’s a busy time for ev­ery­one!

Donna Foote

Glas­gow is a filthy hovel. The amount of lit­ter on the street, on grass verges and just about ev­ery­where else is a dis­grace. Yes, peo­ple are to blame but ab­so­lutely no ef­fort is now be­ing made by the coun­cil to clean up.

Stewie Grif­fin

Ev­ery week all over Glas­gow there are over­flow­ing re­cy­cling bins and bags of rub­bish put next to them. When will our coun­cil take re­spon­si­bil­ity? We need more re­sources, more bins, more emp­ty­ing of bins and peo­ple who brush pave­ments and streets.

Shug McKenzzie

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