Okay. Here’s a tweet:-
Here’s the tweet it references:-
The Scottish Mail on Sunday is sister publication to the Scottish Daily Mail.
Here’s the article:-
The article leads on a statistic quoted by Ruth Davidson MSP on functional illiteracy in Scotland and runs onto criticism of Alec Salmond and Nicola Sturgeon as First Ministers.
It references the General Election and presumably is one of the leading political articles in the newspaper.
Here’s another tweet.
A tweet from ‘The Ferret’ highlighting their article in today’s ‘Sunday Herald’ that verifies the statement made by Ruth Davidson.
Here’s the conclusion of their article:-
So, do we have politicians tweeting articles by journalists based on claims made by politicians that aren’t exactly right or that are an ‘interpretation’ themselves.
The study quoted was apparently reissued with a more up to date version a few days before Ms Davidson spoke at Holyrood.
Is it healthy in a modern democracy where we need one sector of the media to verify the other?