The Sunday Post View
In the long dark nights of the soul, Jeane Freeman must take comfort in the knowledge that, however bad things have got and may yet get, she is not, after all, a rodeo clown.
The Sunday Post View: ’Twas the night before Christmas, not a creature was stirring, except PRs and spin doctors
Look, let’s be clear, as our politicians now like to say, it could be nothing more than coincidence.
So the General Election turned out nice for the SNP then?
It is, as the comedians like to say, all about timing.
The Sunday Post View: The First Minister is right to meet the victims of mesh. It is not before time
Better late than never hardly covers it but last week Nicola Sturgeon finally suggested that, yes, she might, finally, meet some of Scotland’s mesh-damaged women.
It seems hard to believe but sometimes journalists are accused of only being interested in bad news.
The shock and sadness drifted like smoke from the west end of Sauchiehall Street around the world.
The Sunday Post View: Say nothing and do nothing… Civic Scotland steeped in sullen silence over mesh and blue water schools
With every passing year, every life ruined, and every billion paid out in compensation, one seems certain to become the world’s biggest health scandal. The other, according to a report released on Friday, is no scandal at all.
Heavy hangs the head that wears the Health Secretary’s crown, as Shakespeare almost wrote.