From the Herald today:
Scotland has the UK’s best petrol supply according to average fuel stock levels which were recorded at the end of the day on Sunday.
New Government figures show filling stations in Britain had an average fuel stock level of 25% on Sunday, down from 33% before the crisis, however Scotland had an above average level of how full filling station storage tanks were.
The average fuel stock in Scotland was ahead of all other regions at 35%, followed closely by North-east England which saw filling station storage tanks at an average of 33%.
Fuel shortages continue across England with the South-east and London hardest hit with average fuel stock levels of 16% and 18% respectively.https://www.heraldscotland.com/politics/19632688.fuel-crisis-scotland-uks-best-petrol-supply/
Every now and then, the Herald publishes a story favourable to life in Scotland. I think it reveals that, contrary to BBC Scotland which will not touch this story, the Herald is driven by market forces as much as by any Unionist agenda, at editorial level.
The overwhelmingly Unionist messaging still clearly present is essentially down to the personal agendas of powerful white male writers who have been there a long time and who have strong links to New Labour and now to Starmerism.
Younger writers while no doubt ill-disposed to the independence cause, recognising it as bad for their careers, have a predominantly commercial, corporate mindset.