The religious group whose children’s homes saw some of Scotland’s worst abuse is turning down victims’ compensation claims because they happened too long ago.
A wealthy Catholic order is being urged to settle damages claims brought by victims of abuse at five of its children’s homes in Scotland before they die.
Mesh campaigners are calling for a proposed trip by Scottish surgeons to America to be scrapped as they claim is pointless.
The family of a Scot allegedly beaten to death in Israel is to take legal action over the catalogue of failures by the authorities.
Medical giant Johnson & Johnson has agreed to a £100 million settlement in the US for failing to warn patients that mesh implants could ruin their lives.
Mesh survivors have demanded a review of every removal carried out by Scots surgeons amid growing fears that scores of life-threatening implants remain in place.
A world-renowned mesh removal surgeon has withdrawn his offer to come to Scotland after accusing health officials of needless delay and disrespect.
A battered mum is facing jail as her violent former partner fights for access to their son.
A Scots oil industry worker has sued a notorious strip club in Texas after being hit with a $1,500 bill; being badly beaten when he refused to pay; being arrested and thrown in jail for three days; and being trapped in the States for a month until he was well enough to fly home.
Mrs Brown’s Boys star Gary Hollywood says realising his own childhood dreams is the reason why he has spent twenty years supporting a supporting a special charity.
A leading children’s author says libraries can play a much bigger role in protecting young readers online.