Scotland to N Ireland bridge plan cost £900,000 - your views online

Boris Johnson's study into a Scotland - Northern Ireland bridge cost taxpayers £900,000

Dougie Milne

£900K of taxpayers money to state the bleeding obvious. Johnson up to his usual high levels of bumbling incompetence.

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Sarah Cooper

And the wee fact of the trench being totally covered in bombs! Honestly, I think the Tories are doing a Black Mirror and seeing how far they can go. They're absolutely mental.

Frances Mckendrick

Plus £900,000 to paint a plane as well – truly corrupt.

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Anne Campbell

For something he knew was never going to happen. Still, whichever pal did the study will be that bit better off.

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Gary Gray

is this the same bridge Nicola sturgeon and the SNP wanted built or would that upset the narrative?

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David Nisbet

I could have told you that for a tenner!

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Steve Bell

Who cares if the economic costs outweigh the benefits to businesses. It’s about connecting communities and saving us money with fuel. There should have been a bridge connecting East Lothian to near Anstruther, like locals want, but still nothing.

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Sheelagh Robertson

Yes, he likes wasting other people’s money. Get shot of him.

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Chris Scully

No doubt the consultants just happened to be Tory backers.

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Danush Kovalsky

That like 10 metres of Edinburgh tram tracks.

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Dot McGillivray

I could have told them that for £899,999!

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Robert Ayr

After Boris Johnson’s failed Garden Bridge farce cost TfL a staggering £24 million, perhaps he should stay away from bridges.

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Roberto Baggio

I absolutely love a Scotland - NI bridge. A Kirkcaldy - Leith or Burntisland - Pilton Bridge. Kindly don’t set up a costing plan, Bojo

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Alexa’s day off

Amazon Alexa, the smart assistant, suffered a UK outage yesterday

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Amy Napier

I wondered why I couldn’t get her to work this morning. Thought she was just upping her game of ignoring me since she does it half the time anyway, lol.

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Gary Menzies

Great news, our Alexa isn’t broken it’s simply joined a global army of them all going postal at the same time. That’s reassuring. Probably best stick to making our own coffees for the time being.

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Steve Cooper

Alexa has moved jobs I’m afraid. She’s decided to become a GP. You will never get hold of her now.

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Barbara Hollis

Does that mean now people have to use their brain now instead of relying on Alexa?

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Stevie Carrigan

Ah, no way. I’ll need to switch the lights on the old fashioned way.

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Nicola Forrest

She wouldn't play the radio this morning for me, but she's working now. For me anyway.

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Michael J Lockerbie

A woman not listening. How is this news?

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Kelly Lindsay

Mine stopped listening to me last week. She’s a pain in the hoop,especialy when your toddler is shouting "Alexa beat box" most of the day. I had to tell her Alexa was on holiday.

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Lynsey Paterson

My alarm would not stop going off this morning, definitely woke me up as I had to get up to pull her power cable out.

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Robert Baker

Alexa not working means she's not listening...might be a good thing.

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Michael Barr

My Alexa this morning nearly got thrown out of my window.

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Nikkii Martin

Just curious, but I would love to know what the most said things are to Alexa.

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Zelda Lithgow

Our Alexa says she's working.

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Danny Dickson

Gawd, what happened to an alarm clock? Wind up costs nowt to run.

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David Drysdale

Upgrading the spying software!

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Fire alarms

Home insurance claims will not be invalid if Scots haven’t installed fire alarms in time for new law

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Ian Simpson

Might be relevant in Home Reports and Surveys if selling or buying. Mortgage companies and lenders may assess.

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Jennifer Milne

There are no penalties for non compliance.

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