How many do you need for a fiasco? Thirty weans in George Square out of the tens of thousands not in George Square, seems to be enough.
On one of the two, only, interviewed for the Scotsman by their Food and Drink Correspondent and opponent of baby boxes for everyone:
For Catriona Keddie, her daughter Eilidh’s first day at school will not be the exciting experience she had hoped. Usual transition sessions for P1s have been scrapped due to coronavirus in some council areas. Instead, she is worried that she will collect an exhausted and overwhelmed child at the end of a long day in a brand new place after her usual gradual transition into school was ditched due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Could Ms Keddie, if worried, just arrange to pick up her daughter earlier? I feel sure the school would understand.
No? Too busy with her businesses?
There’s only one other anxious mum interviewed and that same question might be directed at her.
As so many times before, this is a non-story based on a far too titchy and suspicious sample and grabbed at to join in the current ‘Swinney must resign‘ campaign.
How did Bradley get these contacts? I’m not going to find out. I’ll be accused of stalking, like that BBC woman. What’s her name? Oh, yes. Stalker!
Are they well-known social media entrepreneurs? They live next to John Beattie? They’re related to Monica Lennon or Iain Gray? They’ve written to the Scotsman’s letter pages many times before? Anas Sarwar’s cousin delivered both their babies!
I’m off for my first unlocked hair-cut. My daughter gave me a corona-cut, like a crew-cut but far worse, and she claims she has an A in Art which she actually had to do to get.