The National:

BORIS Johnson’s government holding parties on Downing Street while the rest of the UK sat in lockdown away from their loved ones is all anyone seems to be talking about.

Nicola Sturgeon has said that Boris Johnson did not appear to be “being straight and truthful” about the parties, while Ruth Davidson has accused her party’s top brass of “taking the public for fools”.

Even the ordinarily taciturn Douglas Ross (at least when wrongdoing at Westminster is concerned) accepted there was a “party of sorts” and that “there are questions to be answered”.

So with every politician and their mother - and Ant and Dec - lining up to have their say on the latest scandal engulfing Johnson’s administration, The National went to ask the Scottish public for their opinions.

From the supportive to labelling the Prime Minister "Mr Blobby", you can see how that went in full here: