Nicola Sturgeon, while conceding that she has occasionally "slipped up" by making party political comments during her coronavirus briefings, clearly isn't happy that the BBC has decided (after six months) to stop broadcasting every one of them. Opposition parties in Scotland, however, are delighted.
As are pro-union commentators like Alan Cochrane who says, writing in the Telegraph, "like many others I’ve always believed it was simply an unnecessary and expensive sop to placate SNP moans about the BBC’s coverage of Scotland."
Will Tim Davie's BBC hold its nerve or U-turn under SNP pressure?
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