DEPUTY First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is being targeted by protesters who want the controversial "fit-for-work" benefits test company Atos dropped as a sponsor of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.
DEPUTY First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is being targeted by protesters who want the controversial \"fit-for-work\" benefits test company Atos dropped as a sponsor of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.
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exclusive By Tom Gordon Scottish Political Editor
Around 15 demonstrators carrying "Atos Kills" posters invaded a constituency surgery in Sturgeon's Glasgow Southside seat on Friday to demand an end to the deal.
The peaceful protest ended after police were called to the Larkfield Centre in Govanhill but there were no arrests.
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