Gavin Greig (ggreig) wrote,
Gavin Greig

Sun speaks with forked tongue

Scottish readers will be aware that the Scottish editions of UK papers don’t always say the same thing as the versions available elsewhere. An “S” or an “Sc” in small print somewhere in the margin is often a clue.

Someone’s put together a diff of a Sun editorial that highlights some interesting differences in tone between what’s on sale north and south of the border. The Guardian seems to think it’s newsworthy, though I shouldn't imagine it's news to many.

Tags: current affairs, scotland

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