On STV’s Leader Debate last night, Anas Sarwar confronted Nicola Sturgeon with the suggestion that, when Health Secretary, she had known the water supply in the about-to-open new Southern General Hospital was dangerous and yet had allowed the opening to go ahead.
She insisted his claim was untrue. Who are you going to believe?
Undaunted he then suggests that the water infection had ‘resulted in two deaths including Millie Main, just ten years old.’
There is no scientific evidence reported anywhere to warrant that claim. It is not true.
Sarwar has been revelling in telling this tale since the tragic death 4 years ago.
When Sturgeon responds he twice shouts ‘Millie Main’ at her.
He needs to stop. It’s been creepy for a while now. What next, a country song based on Rod Stewart’s Maggie May?