Blog: SNP youth breaks ranks
Olly Wehring | 19 September 2008
Just when the Scottish National Party (SNP) thought there was no one else left to give it an ear-bashing over its alcohol crusade, up pops another critic.
Except, this time the troublemaker has come from within its own ranks.
just-drinks hears that the leader of the SNP student wing, Caroline Henderson, inadvertently voiced her annoyance at plans to raise the legal age for buying alcohol in shops to 21.
Apparently, she made the comments this week during filming for a BBC Scotland radio show.
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