BBC Scotland’s Disclosure team have a track record of following the wrong lorry of calves to Spain and interviewing an old lady upset at the lack of pandrops in her care home. Well, to be fair, it was a lack of exercise activities.
Meanwhile, their equivalents elsewhere follow violent football thugs or fascist groups hiding in the valleys of Wales.
Today, you can see their courageous reporter sitting in an electric car with a young women saying excitedly that she now sees other e-car drivers as ‘the competition.’
It’s the headline story for BBC Scotland:
The team claim to have checked all 2 200 public charging points and found a quarter with issues.
They used an app to check and did not physically visit any of the sites.
The app is deeply unreliable as a data source getting only a 1.8 out of 5 star rating from App Store: https://apps.apple.com/gb/app/chargeplace-scotland/id1572473574
One review described it as the ‘worst software ever’: https://www.mgevs.com/threads/chargeplace-scotland-app-worst-software-ever-or-is-it-just-me.3287/
They don’t tell us how many of the ‘issues’ meant that the charging point could absolutely not be used.
Ironically, bottom-right, Douglas Fraser is calling for better quality data!