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Sustainable Shetland’s case to try to stop the wind farm, now on hold at the Court of Session, hinges on Scottish Natural Heritage’s claim that there could be a loss of 3.7 whimbrel per annum.

True but that is only Viking Energy.

What about all the other wind farms once our £1 billion VE-dependent interconnector is established.

The Burrastow Estate cash cow, 25 more turbines.

The Ratter project, just a two of countless more.

Be under no illusion, VE is the thin end of a very large and fat wedge.

I wonder how long our recent white tailed sea eagle visitor would have survived a flight pass through Burradale.

Ian Tinkler
Clousta

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Scottish Parliament election, 6 May 2021