Talking-up Scotland’s Most Read Ever

I know, size isn’t everything, but I thought readers might be interested in seeing which reports drew the biggest crowds ever, so to speak. Use this link to get them:

You’ll need to click on the eye icon top-right to open them. If it doesn’t work for some techy reason, use the big Q and type in the title or enough of it.


7 thoughts on “Talking-up Scotland’s Most Read Ever

  1. Alasdair Macdonald July 26, 2019 / 8:22 am

    A remarkable achievement for one man (and a dug?) Well done.

    Liked by 2 people

    • johnrobertson834 July 26, 2019 / 1:58 pm

      Thanks. I appreciate your comments. pieces from others occasionally too.


  2. Ludo Thierry July 26, 2019 / 5:16 pm

    Pretty impressive numbers John – Well Done TUS.


  3. Ludo Thierry July 26, 2019 / 5:57 pm

    Heavens above – I’ve just seen that dear auld (Baroness) Annabel Goldie has been promoted (resurrected??) from acting as a tory whip in the H o L to one of the ministers at the Ministry of War. Will this mean that her former head prefect at the ‘Scottish’ tories Col. Davidson will finally be awarded her Territorial Decoration at long last?

    Annabel must be loving it – She’ll be remembering when her 2nd conference as ‘Scottish’ tory leader in 2007 was (from wicki) “.. overshadowed by a leaked memo by David Mundell, the only Scottish Conservative MP in the British House of Commons, and Shadow Secretary of State for Scotland, in which he criticised Goldie’s leadership.” What is it the Italians tell us about revenge being a sweeter dish when served cold?

    The ‘Welsh’ tories seem to act wi’ a tad mair dignity – The Baron Bourne (Nick Bourne as was – who led the tories in the National Assembly of Wales for some years) was also offered a job by Boris the Last – but , unlike The Baroness Goldie, Nick Bourne retained sufficient self-respect and attachment to the European Ideal to tell the blond mop-top that he could take his job and shove it where the sun still don’t shine. Link and snippets below:

    Nick Bourne has resigned from Boris Johnson’s government in protest at the prospect of a no-deal Brexit.

    Lord Bourne, who had been a minister at the Wales Office and at the Housing Communities and Local Government department, said he had been asked to continue in both roles.

    He said it is the first time he has resigned “in his life”.

    Lord Bourne was leader of the Conservatives in the assembly between 1999-2011.

    He tweeted: “I have resigned for the first time in my life and it is from a job which I really love and enjoy and which I had just been offered once more”.
    “But I cannot accept a no deal on 31 October and so I go,” he added.

    PS – Anybody else remember hearing a load of guff from beeb Scotland (and many others) regarding the Rt. Hon. Col. Davidson MSP, PC, BBC (and, doubtless soon to be TD – “grazia Annabel”) having a standing invite to attend the Westminster Cabinet? – Seems like Johnson was utterly unaware of this as no sign of Col. Davidson at the photo-fest of King BoJo’s first cabinet. Further evidence of The Col’s rapid and escalating fall fae grace perchance?


  4. Finnmacollie July 26, 2019 / 6:28 pm

    John, I have been reading your articles since your days at Newsnet and I honestly don’t know where you get the stamina. You are justifiably amongst the most read blogs in Scotland. However, if you are serious about a career in “journalism” then stop all this nonsensical research and fact checking. All you have to do is copy and paste a press release then you can spend the rest of the day in the pub;)


    • johnrobertson834 July 27, 2019 / 6:26 am

      Not so much stamina as mad drive and quick writing! Thanks for career direction. Cheers!


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