DESPERATE 999 callers trying to get an ambulance over the festive period were kept on hold for up to 20 minutes, we can reveal.
A disgrace and a whitewash: Cross-party critics unite to condemn under-fire minister for Scotland’s handling of escalating mesh crisis
SHONA ROBISON is under mounting pressure from all parties over her handling of the unfolding mesh scandal.
SCOTTISH cabinet minsters have become Dementia Friends after a session hosted by Deputy First Minister John Swinney.
HEALTH SERVICES across the UK can learn lessons from Scotland's NHS but serious financial pressures could undermine its "unique system for improving the quality of healthcare", experts have found.
HEALTH secretary Shona Robison has ordered an independent review of Scotland’s troubled mesh implant inquiry – amid fears that some members of the team had previous links to firms which make the devices.
THE Scottish Government could instigate an informal boycott of the so-called rape clause and has called on the UK Government to "think again".
SCOTLAND is facing a social care time-bomb as the cost of looking after the elderly soars over the next two decades.
HEALTH Secretary Shona Robison is facing a judicial review in the Court of Session over a “whitewash” report on the safety of mesh implants.
‘Just tell us the truth’: Mesh campaigners and MSPs have demanded that the report into mesh implants should be ‘no whitewash’
MSPs have overwhelmingly demanded there should be no “whitewash” of the dangers of mesh implants in a soon-to-be published safety report.
MSPs are to question the Health Secretary on a petition calling for legislation securing free care for under-65s with conditions such as dementia.