At least the headline writers are seeing the funny side to the latest Brexit warnings. “Lettuce pray” says the Metro over a story of impending fresh food shortages when Britain leaves the EU.
As I See It
James Dyson’s decision to relocate his head office in Singapore sparked a Brexit backlash. BRIAN MONTEITH says critics are making wrong assumptions
War has been declared between factions in the SNP over Alex Salmond and Nicola Sturgeon’s strained relationship, although let’s face it, the nationalists are mere apprentices compared to the grand masters of political backstabbing: the Conservative and Unionist Party.
It would be sheer madness to launch an independence campaign when bang in the middle of it a criminal case might take place, writes BRIAN MONTEITH
Call me cynical, says TERRY MURDEN, but a surge in digital skills looks a tad suspicious…and will Edinburgh Council be shamed into fixing the potholes?