Two weeks ago, in the Express it was this:
Outrage as Nicola Sturgeon forces Ukraine refugees onto CRUISE SHIP in ‘betrayal’ of plan
Three days ago, it was this:
Sturgeon’s cruise ship with rooms smaller than prison cells takes first Ukrainian refugees
and even the Guardian went with:
Calls for Ukrainians living on cruise ship in Scotland to be quickly rehoused. MS Victoria is temporary solution to host refugees but there are concerns about small rooms and seasickness
Seasickness in harbour?
Today, BBC Scotland cannot bear to headline the awful truth, for them, of life on the cruise ship but the content differs somewhat from the other headlines and stories.
Refugees told BBC Scotland they were impressed by the facilities on the ship chartered by the Scottish government.
They began moving on to the vessel on Tuesday. It could accommodate up to 1,700 people in total.
Onboard facilities include restaurants, children’s play areas with toys and books, shops, a laundry, support services and Wi-Fi access.
‘Better than we could have dreamed’
Nikol Bilous, 19, from Kyiv in Ukraine, told BBC Scotland: “The conditions on the ship are better than we could have dreamed of and we are very grateful to the Scottish people for this accommodation.
“There is Ukrainian TV channels which we were very surprised about as you never find that when you go on holiday.
“All the signs are in Ukrainian on the ship and most of the staff are Ukrainian.
“And last night we had Borscht beetroot soup, our national dish, we couldn’t believe it.
“We were so happy to have this as it is our hearts.”https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-edinburgh-east-fife-62346573
There is no mention of prison cells.