Holyrood backlash at police plans to close Scots stations
Fury erupted last night after it emerged that the north and north-east could be left without a police control room.
Police Scotland confirmed it was reviewing provision across the country as part of plans to save £120million over the next two years.
Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie claimed chief constable Sir Stephen House told him he was considering closing seven out of ten facilities.
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