The stretch of the A82 which hugs the western banks of Loch Lomond as it snakes north towards Crianlarich is one of Scotland’s most scenic routes. It is a shame, however, that so few drivers get the chance to truly savour it, given they must watch the road like a hawk.
John McLellan: Scotland’s ad industry has plenty of fizz
From Ba-Bru and Sandy in the 1930s, to Girders and then the Raymond Briggs’ Snowman, Irn-Bru campaigns have led the way for Scottish advertising; now your other national drink is on the march again, this time for the advertising industry itself.
John McLellan: Mapping press regulation is no easy task
Amidst the chaos in Downing Street, the future of press regulation is likely to be some way behind survival on Theresa May’s list of priorities but for news publishers it remains a matter of utmost importance.