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In 1988 Tom became a reporter on the Paisley Daily Express, one of only two local daily newspapers in Scotland.Speaking about his NCTJ training Tom said: “When you’re training to be a journalist, it’s important to know that the quality of that training is not only of a high standard, but is recognised as such by the industry.And is it correct that the on Wednesday in response to a leader about recent events concerning a Ukip councillor and some rather bold weather predictions.

The ages of the pupils were between 10 and 13 years and within a 2 week period, they would work and be educated in equal proportion of time. The irony of the whole thing is that banning publications you don't agree with is a fundamental policy of fascist regimes. We must not silence any one voice in the hopes that it'll go away if we ignore it long enough.In the same year he led an investigation into the activities of the Militant tendency in Cathcart Labour Party, which culminated in the expulsion of eight people from the party.In 1990 Tom was recruited by the Labour Party in Scotland as its first ever full-time press and publicity officer, where he oversaw the party's media strategy in three parliamentary by-elections (Paisley North and South in November 1990 and Kincardine & Deeside a year later), the 1992 general election and the district council elections the same year.

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