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I note that Glen Affric is one of the suggested National Parks. However Paul Wheelhouse, Minister for the Environment and Climate Change is vehemently against it. Like the Terrorism Act that is rolled out against octogenarians at Labour Party Conferences and all points in between, Climate Change is being used to subvert all attempts to improve this country and it’s natural environment. Instead the First Minister’s vision of an Industrialised Country reigns supreme and no SNP member dares challenge him. Cairngorm National park has proved a great success enhanced by a reasonably light touch, very different from that in the Lake District and Peak District. Would it not be great to have a Highland National Park that encompassed the Monaliadths, the Great Glen, Glen Affric, Kintail and Torridon. Better still make the Highlands a National Park. We already have the Lochaber Geo-Park and the North West Highland Geo-Park. Far more profitable for Scotland than foreign owned wind farms and it would last a great deal longer than 25 years!