The Sunday Post (Inverness)
It beggars belief that £73,000 of taxpayers’ money was spent to design a logo for the new Scottish Benefits Agency.
The logo consists of three simple irregular rectangles meant to represent the outline of Scotland but bereft of any islands.
It would have been better, at a fraction of the cost, having a competition with schools to design a more meaningful logo to represent dignity and fairness in Scottish society.
– Dennis Grattan, Aberdeen