Chapter 11: Safe Conduct

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Safe Conduct

Tania and Erica work on a plan.

Sykes and Hayston visit Charles and make another link.

Razer causes a little more than a shaving cut.


This week’s news story: Demands for return of letter to William Wallace

changed to the alternative: William Wallace letter taken

The letter of Safe Conduct, sent to William Wallace by the King of France, has been stolen from the National Archives in London. Scottish MPs had recently been calling for the return of the letter to Scotland, as one of the few remaining possessions of Wallace in existence. The letter was found on him when he was captured at Robroyston and taken to London.


Original News Item Links

Edinburgh police lose memory

City centre rockfall

PCs investigate PC raid

1881 Census opened up

The wind farm see-saw

Clydebank Blitz remembered

Demands for return of letter to Wallace




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