Charity's plans hit residents' resistance

The activities of the charity that operates on Easdale Island in the inner Hebrides have divided its 70 inhabitants, and the Scottish regulator says it must do more to get community backing. Kaye Wiggins went to talk to all sides in the dispute.

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