Op-Ed: This is a tale of two Suns but it has nothing to do with heavenly bodies. These Suns are owned by one media mogul namely Rupert Murdoch; we are of course referring to the Tory rag the Sun newspaper and its publications North and South of the Scottish border.
In this tale of two Suns the Scottish version is backing the SNP but south of the border the English Sun supports the Tories and prefers to demonise the SNP.
If political pundits have called the May 7 General Election correctly Labour will be all but wiped out in Scotland; if that happens the big political winner north of the border will be the SNP, or Scottish National Party.
It seems certain that the majority of Scottish voters will not elect the Tories; the Scots have shown good sense down the years and turned their backs on the Tories.
But what happens in Scotland could and most probably will impact on the result south of the border.
If Labour lose big time in Scotland, as predicted, they will likely struggle to get the majority needed to receive the keys to Number 10.
It is not rocket science and all of this means that the Tories want the SNP to win seats from Labour in Scotland and so does Mr Murdoch it seems; so the Tories have been demonising SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon in the minds of English voters even though the SNP only has candidates in Scotland.
The cunning plan is that the SNP would be needed to help Labour form a government if they have no majority and scaremongering English voters will stop them voting Labour.
A Ukip Conservative right-wing coalition government is on the cards but it will depend on how the numbers stack up.
The Sun's duplicity puts a whole new spin of the heavily financed Tory propaganda machine working overtime in 2015.
Our image from the Guardian shows the Scottish and English Suns very different front page spreads both aimed at attacking Labour and diminishing their vote.
While the Sun is derided by many people in the UK it has a wide circulation with many readers still blindly believing it is impartial.