But they've got this one right:
Scottish Labour, which is opposed to minimum pricing, said the study strengthened its argument that the measure would do little to cut problem drinking while penalising moderate drinkers and boosting supermarket profitsNeedless-to-say I understand that Labour's opposition to minimum pricing is almost certainly simply because it's a policy of the SNP, not from any moral opposition to market rigging. Oh no.
Labour's Jackie Baillie says: "Scotland’s hard-drinking culture is a national disgrace."
No, Scotland's hard-legislating culture is a national disgrace. Drinking is voluntary; being legislated into serfdom isn't.
(* Doesn't mean I'm going to vote for Alistair Darling.)