Once more working against a national effort to save lives, BBC Scotland headlines the self-centred interests of a business group over the lives of the very people paying the licence that supports their output:
Hospitality leaders have urged the Scottish government to change its Covid lockdown levels to stop businesses failing. An industry group has submitted its own version of the system to ministers. The document, seen by the BBC, urges ministers to mirror the plans for England – extending opening times and naming dates.
Mirror the plans for England? Interesting, how have their plans worked out so far?
England has had 59% more deaths that Scotland because they had better plans? Hmmm, think I might stay in.
England has had 73% more cases? That’s it, how do I join the SNP?