A TRANSPORT union is demanding US President Donald Trump pay up on an outstanding debt to a former Scottish hotel worker before being allowed to land in Scotland.
TSSA leader Manuel Cortes says First Minister Nicola Sturgeon should tell Trump to stay away him until he’s given back his retired Turnberry hotel worker’s free travel pass.
The TSSA pensioner had his retirement travel rights abolished last year when Trump took over the keys of the golf resort.
Workers at the time kept their British Rail rights, including a travel pass granting them upon retirement four free journeys a year and discounted rail travel the rest of the time.
But this is a very significant amount for a retired working class Scottish man wanting to visit his family down south.