As you may or may not have heard by now, yesterday’s editions of the Scottish Sunday Express carried no apology for the appalling front-page attack on Dunblane survivors last week.
So they’re not going to apologise for the article, but they’re not going to go on the record and defend it, either.
(The most editor Derek Lambie had to offer was an evidence-free denial of Elizabeth Smith’s claims and an attempt to end the matter there.)
Clearly there must be something about the article that the Express staff regard to be less-than-perfect, because they themselves removed it from their website.
I’m still waiting for my copy of the Scottish Sunday Express, as I need some region-specific advertiser data before my next big move.
But there may be a small feature about Paula Murray later today, regardless of what does or does not get delivered.
(Psst! On an unrelated but equally current affair; there will also be some very, very special items relating to Glen Jenvey, freelance spy/reporter released later today. I’ve found something quite magical in the audio.)