Is that all? Non-emergency? 114 Land Rover drivers taking folk in for a hospital check-up, like the 2 600 existing local civilian volunteers who know the area, and adding nothing to the 5 000 who can do emergencies? That’ll make a big difference?
Why doesn’t Reporting Scotland do a special on the local volunteers and try to encourage more to come forward and help?
We asked 102 people (25 times a typical BBC Scotland survey) if they’d seen an Army ambulance. Only 2%, 2, had.
As for ‘arrive in’, you see how that is phrased to make it seem that we benefit from the Union?
This group of individuals from 68 Squadron from 7 Regiment Royal Logistics Corp have been doing this task in the east of England and north-east of England already,” he said. So there’s a good degree of experience of this pandemic in amongst this bunch now who are going to support the Scottish Ambulance Service.”https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-58685219
So, we have no Army drivers in Scotland? If so, why not?
‘This bunch’ are no longer needed in England?
They were already in the North-East of England in August: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-tyne-58272401
All mopped up? Will they know how to get around quickly in a strange new country?
Is this all just a gimmick?