I have not commented in this blog before, and I am not going to start now, about what is a matter solely for a Party which is (in my opinion) highly unlikely ever to achieve power in the whole of the UK during my lifetime, even should I succeed in living for several more decades.
This BBC article does, however, contain quite a lot of interesting information about the ways some names such as Menzies can be pronounced, and why. It ends with an amusing poem, which I quote in case you do not see the article yourself:
A lively young damsel named Menzies
Inquired: "Do you know what this thenzies?"
Her aunt, with a gasp,
Replied: "It's a wasp,
And you're holding the end where the stenzies."
- it illustrates quite neatly a lot of the pitfalls awaiting speakers of modern English when confronted with words based on old English or Scots.