used at the COP26 summit are being stored in tents.https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/live/bbcone
OMG! BBC Scotland understands? SNP Government accused of failing to plan storage for chairs and tables paid for by taxpayers? Well, no, they were a gift from IKEA.
They’re going to be given to charities and we hear that but, for some reason, Reporting Scotland focus on the borderline possibility of neglect rather than the good news story.
Conor Gillies’ open sentence in the website report is:
Thousands of items of brand new furniture used inside COP26 venues are being stored inside tents outside Glasgow, and they could be there for months, BBC Scotland understands.https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-glasgow-west-59270807
It’s followed by 26 paragraphs including interviews but with not a word of concern about damage. The tents can zip up. What’s the worry?
Just how pathetic is this?
As far as I can see, no one, no one, not the Herald, Scotsman, Sun nor Daily Mail has picked up on Connor Gillies’ scoop.