Educational opportunity in Scotland’s biggest city in the spotlight as Freedom of Information requests show disparity.
Andrew McFadyen is a Programme Editor with Al Jazeera. He has over 15 years experience of television and radio journalism. He has worked for the BBC ... and Channel 4 News on stories from Iceland to Iraq. He also spent three years as an adviser to the Labour Party in the Scottish Parliament and has a PhD in Political Science from Edinburgh University. Follow him on Twitter: @apmcfadyen
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