AS a former public relations man, you'd think the Chief Secretary to the Treasury would pick a less ominous location for an interview.
AND so farewell Michael Gove, who will now go down in history as the minister who got locked in the lavatory.
Pray silence for one D Alexander, prominent politician from Invernesshire, contemplating the Coalition's bedroom tax last November.
CHARGES of cynicism and hypocrisy have been levelled at Nick Clegg and the Liberal Democrat leadership after they announced a change of heart on the bedroom tax, calling for radical changes to one of the coalition's most contentious policies.
The North Sea oil industry has been "neglected and undermined" by successive UK governments, the First Minister has said as a row over the sector continues.