IN complaining about the new Prime Minister’s choice of Chancellor, the Scottish Greens state that “Scotland didn’t vote for this”.
That may well be true, but a better case in point surely about having those you rejected in an election having power, would be the two Green ministers in the SNP administration, earning superstar salaries and, in order to keep the minority SNP in power, influencing decisions concerning Scotland, where they finished a distant fourth in the last election. Little could illustrate better the point they try to make and the irony meter is once more off the scale.
People in Green houses should not throw stones.
Alexander McKay, Edinburgh