Conservative councillor Alan Donnelly (bottom, wee, once) was found guilty of sexual assault in 2019, fined and placed on the sex offenders register.
Alex Salmond (top, big, three times) is not guilty of any offences, of any kind.
Donnelly refused to resign, collected his salary and expenses for two years and has vowed to stand again for election.
There’s an easy headline but not one BBC Scotland would construct for a Tory. Now if they had an SNP politician who had not actually laid hands on anyone, had been accused of no crime, but had messaged a 16 year-old boy?
Salmond resigned and has made no such vow to return.
Donnelly was only suspended by his Party for one year until March 4th 2021.
Standards in journalism?