Victims of mesh urged Jeane Freeman to apologise and resign yesterday after they accused the Health Secretary of misleading parliament.
Reports of blue water at the school campus date back to 2013, council bosses have now admitted.
Scotland’s jails are in the grip of a new drugs crisis with the number of prisoners needing medical attention rising five fold in the last three years.
Campaigners who fought in vain to stop a £44 million school campus being built on a toxic dump have revealed how their warnings were dismissed almost a decade ago.
Two teachers struck down with the same rare cancer while working in the same corridor at a school built on a toxic landfill site have revealed how they feel betrayed.
The group of experts apparently launched by the health secretary to help mesh victims was originally formed to reinstate the controversial implants, we can reveal.
The parents of a young man who died in a fall after apparently taking what he thought was a short cut fear the path was a deathtrap.
An international expert in public health has warned water supplies at a school built on toxic industrial waste may be less of a risk than potentially contaminated soil and air.
The first Scottish woman to travel to the US for full mesh removal says she would have taken her own life if she had not spent her £15,000 savings on the surgery in the States.
Four teachers at a school built on an industrial toxic dump have developed the same rare cancer, we can reveal today.
Scotland’s capital city is hand-delivering eviction letters to homeless people sleeping in parks and graveyards.