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Congratulations to Young Fathers on Winning the 2014 Mercury Prize

That the Parliament congratulates Kayus Bankole, G Hastings and Alloysious Massaquoi of the Scottish hip-hop group, Young Fathers, on the group's debut album, Dead, winning the 2014 Mercury Prize; believes that this win is indicative of the strength, innovation and diversity of Scottish popular music today; notes that Alloysious and the parents of Kayus were immigrants to Scotland, and celebrates the enormous and essential contribution that immigrants make to Scotland's culture.

Supported by: John Finnie, Alison Johnstone, David Stewart, David Torrance, Bill Kidd, Colin Beattie, Graeme Dey, Hugh Henry, Patricia Ferguson, Adam Ingram, Cara Hilton, Jackie Baillie, Kevin Stewart, Roderick Campbell, Maureen Watt, Clare Adamson, Linda Fabiani, Stuart McMillan


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