This is slightly old news, but I never spotted it until now. You know the Conservative Party’s new logo? Yeah, that ridiculous tree of scribble?
Well the Scottish Conservatives have their own version of the logo. It’s not new for the Scottish Tories to adopt a different logo to the national party’s. But the thing is, you wouldn’t be able to tell the difference if they weren’t standing next to each other. Essentially they are the same logo, just drawn slightly differently.
The Scottish tree is the one on the left. The Scottish tree is taller, and it is a darker shade of green. It, um, apparently also leans less to the right.
An SNP spokesman said: “Scottish voters won’t be fooled by a slightly less right leaning tree.”
Not that I would have been able to tell if I hadn’t already known.