Show Hide image Politics 25 March 2015 "SNP nightmare" versus "Stop pounding the Nats!": the two faces of The Sun Murdoch mayhem. Print HTML It looks like The Sun doesn't quite know what to make of our scoop this week that Alex Salmond would vote down a Tory minority government. While the paper warns of an "SNP nightmare" of "five years of mayhem and misery", the Scottish edition calls on the main parties to stop "pounding the Nats", praises Salmond for being "consistent" and looks to Scotland's "serious influence". Have a read (thanks to eagle-eyed tweeter @jpublik): More sanctimonious hypocrisy from the Murdoch press: the two faces of the same Sun pic.twitter.com/suBYG5vMOs — Joe Public (@jpublik) March 25, 2015 › The BBC drops Jeremy Clarkson as Top Gear host I'm a mole, innit. Subscribe More Related articles Cabinet audit: what does the appointment of Karen Bradley as Culture Secretary mean for policy? Cabinet audit: what does the appointment of Sajid Javid as Communities Secretary mean for policy? Cabinet audit: what does the appointment of James Brokenshire as Northern Ireland Secretary mean for policy?