More doom and gloom from BBC Scotland – cherry-picking statistics
The accountancy firm Price Waterhouse Coopers – last seen charging the taxpayer an eye-watering £20.4m for just eight weeks’ work during the collapse of Carillion – today published a report into the declining number of high-street retail outlets in the UK.
BBC Scotland was keen to put a regional slant on it.
According to the article, Scotland had put in the worst performance in the country. But that didn’t appear to be what the report said at all.
In the table published by PWC listing the nine administrative regions of England plus Scotland and Wales, Scotland actually came bang in the middle – sixth out of 11.
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