I didn't realise that we still had any Libyan prisoners left to
Perhaps Salmond plans to send a CalMac ferry to rescue those trapped. A minimum RET charge will apply, at a rate of £100 per mile plus £40 per foot of luggage. Assuming the Muirneag can manage to pass the Arnish lighthouse by July, without turning back.
Rumour has it that retired helicopter winchman, Chris Murray, has been recruited by a crack team of the SSAS (Scottish SAS) under the direction of the First Minister to fly in supplies to trapped Scots. He will be dropping haggis, Barley's marags, guga casserole and Irn Bru from a black ops helicopter. The supplies have been chosen to stop the *nglish trying to steal the supplies, although rogue Welsh elements have threatened to eat Chris and the helicopter.
Practice runs are taking place over the Saharan dunes at Luskentyre as we speak...