Scottish Minister Nicola Sturgeon appears to have been attracting quite a lot of criticism in the media.
She has been warned repeatedly to stop posturing and bickering, and let the two governments work together to secure the best deal possible for Scotland and the whole of the UK.
The problems arise with her insistence on stirring up as much trouble as possible so that we can give her a second independence referendum, and by trying to block Brexit by a legal bill, having lost sight of her status as the head of an assembly which derives its authority from the UK Government.
The astute Scottish people should also be aware of the uncertain road this lady is leading them down by insisting on what she wants, but which is not necessarily the will of the people.
Her downfall will be governed by the constant flow of her negative rhetoric.
John W Bearby,