THE big talking point at the BBC's Pacific Quay headquarters in Glasgow?
Not Mike Ashley's Rangers buy-in, nor the medal-chasing at the Olympics, but the identity of the person who left a fillet of haddock behind a bank of rather warm computers on the newsroom's planning desk. The gently rotting offering was eventually located and removed after lengthy investigations into the source of the smell. But our man inside said that staff are still complaining that the area is "minging". Apologies if you're reading this over breakfast.
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