A number of posts on Facebook and Twitter have went viral (pun intended), all of them share the same misleading image.
One of the strangest myths circulating during the Covid-19 pandemic originates in the west of Scotland.
Naval shipbuilding in Scotland has become controversial once again.
Local newspapers like the 'Blantyre Telegraph' and MSPs like Richard Lyle are unwittingly helping to spread misinformation regarding the armed forces response to Covid-19.
Some have claimed that the Vanguard class submarines which carry Trident are vulnerable to cyber-attacks in the same way the recently hit NHS is, that is not the case.
Statements made by the government explicitly claim that the Royal Navy is growing, but are those claims accurate? Yes and no.
The UK has a veto on EU military policy.
It has been claimed that shipbuilding on the Clyde has been "betrayed".
Recently we were alerted to a rather surprising event, an MP on the Defence Select Committee itself repeating the assertion that HMS Queen Elizabeth and her sister ship HMS Prince of Wales, will not have any aircraft.
Despite multiple corrections, explanations and pointers, some politicians in Scotland are astonishingly stoking outrage over ships that the Clyde can't build, not being built by the Clyde.