Today, the Herald’s Helen McCardle indulged in the kind of Scotland/England comparisons derided by most Unionist journalists, except for drug deaths, of course, because she thought she could reveal A&E in NHS Scotland to be no better than in NHS England.
I’m reminded of the, unique-to-Scotland, politicised reporting of health and other public services.
The Herald, historically, has identified as centre-left, supportive of Labour leaders like Dewar, McGoogle and now Sarwar.
The Guardian seems a reasonable comparison. How do they platform stories like those above?
Notice anything missing? Yes, politicians blamed. Unionist propaganda laid bare.