Saturday, 25 February 2017

Scorched earth

Thirty years after the horrific murder of six people in a house fire, a small east Glasgow housing association is finally helping to regenerate the estate that became synonymous with the tragedy. Heather Spurr visits a community haunted by the past but planning for the future

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