Urgent action to reverse funding cuts to frontline services must be reversed to save the lives of women threatened by violent partners, experts warned yesterday.
Unmasked: Inspection team exposes serious infection control failures at flagship Glasgow hospital weeks before patients died
I am astonished the health board was not prosecuted... the consequences could have been disastrous
The partner of Sheku Bayoh has spoken of her heartache after his death in custody and demanded to know why more than four years after his death there are still no answers.
“I bought my ex a phone. It was taken by police after he raped me. A year on I’ve paid £700 and still don’t have that phone”
Mobile firms are billing rape victims whose phones have been retained by police as evidence during lengthy criminal investigations.
Scottish mums-to-be are being denied a new £80 test for a potentially lethal condition threatening both them and their unborn babies.
Please, do the right thing and pay up before we die: Abuse victims’ plea to Catholic De La Salle order over compensation
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.
A human trafficking victim tricked into moving to Scotland before being sold as a bride has spoken of her ordeal for the first time.
Sorry, I’m out: World-leading mesh doctor calls off trip saying Scots surgeons don’t want to learn and officials don’t want to know
A world-renowned mesh removal surgeon has withdrawn his offer to come to Scotland after accusing health officials of needless delay and disrespect.
Mother of two young children fears being sent to prison as abusive former partner accuses her of denying access to their son
A battered mum is facing jail as her violent former partner fights for access to their son.
Hounded from behind bars: Campaigners warn victims of domestic violence are still being abused by jailed exes
Victims of domestic abuse are being targeted by their attackers even after they’ve been convicted and jailed, campaigners warn.
Ministers warn increasing tensions in Northern Ireland after a no-deal Brexit will heighten risk of sectarian violence in Scotland after summer of trouble
Sectarian violence could surge in Scotland in the wake of a no-deal Brexit, ministers have warned.