Scotland expects;Jotter

5th February 1999 at 00:00
The Queen's old boatie Britannia, parked at Leith, was the choice of the Engineering and Marine Training Authority for a reception to which the great and good were invited, along with representatives of the political parties.

Labour, the Liberal Democrats and the SNP sent a sprinkling but the Tories must have had a three-line whip on MSP candidates who were present in shoals.

Either a whiff of former royal glory and the Senior Service still sends Tory hearts racing, or they all needed a stiff drink after listening to their leader being booed by workmen at Hampden Park.

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