Cry me a river

THERE were tears on radio station, Clyde 1, the other evening when Scottish entrepreneur, Michelle Mone, spontaneously offered the cash needed to pay for some medical research.

On the station’s Late Call programme, hosted by Gina McKie, a lady called Elaine telephoned to explain that she suffers from an autistic spectrum disorder and requires funding to help her do a post-graduate course in ‘autism studies’.

She said she feels that more research needs to be done in this field.

At which point, Mone, a special guest on the programme, asked how much money was needed.

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