https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-52214177

You see the word NEWS at the top there?

Why, yesterday, did BBC Scotland offer us this retrospective summary of deaths associated with coronavirus, going back to 12th March, with dramatic graphs and misleading headings like:

Why is the total number of deaths higher than Scottish government figures?

Why do they not offer us this current news with comparative data to help us understand the Scottish data and to answer these questions?

Such as these:

How dangerous is travel to and from N W England with less than twice the population but with nearly 5 times the infection level?

Why is the recent infection rate much lower in Scotland than in other parts of the UK?

Why is the death rate much lower in Scotland than in England or Italy?

All images: https://www.travellingtabby.com/uk-coronavirus-tracker/