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Mesh implants should not be offered routinely to some women, panel concludes

Mesh implants should not be offered routinely to some women, panel concludes

Mesh implant procedures must not be offered routinely to women with pelvic organ prolapse, a report has found.

4:33pm Monday 27 March 2017

Nicola Sturgeon: May running out of excuses to deny Scots new referendum vote

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon after meeting Theresa May in Glasgow

THERESA May is running out of excuses to refuse a second referendum, Nicola Sturgeon said last night, after the Prime Minister claimed Brexit would be wrapped up in 24 months.

12:07am Tuesday 28 March 2017

MSPs debate whether inclusion policy is failing pupils

Jan Savage, Enable Scotland's director of external affairs

Children with learning disabilities are being excluded from education despite policies designed to include them, MSPs will be told today [tues].

12:07am Tuesday 28 March 2017

Nicola Sturgeon: PM has no rational opposition to second independence referendum vote

Nicola Sturgeon: PM has no rational opposition to second independence referendum vote

Nicola Sturgeon has said the Prime Minister has no rational argument against a second independence referendum following discussions between the two leaders over the Brexit timetable.

5:46pm Monday 27 March 2017

Mesh implants report branded 'establishment stitch-up' as continued use approved

Chief Medical Officer for Scotland, Dr Catherine Calderwood, said she accepted the recommendations of the independent review

4:57pm Monday 27 March 2017

SNP MSP under fire for failing to speak out over landlord status

Kenneth Gibson

A SENIOR Nationalist has been reprimanded for failing to declare a financial interest in a rules breach that saw him reported to prosecutors for a possible crime.

9:20am Saturday 25 March 2017

David Torrance: SNP's case for independence rests more on faith than empirical reality

David Torrance: SNP's case for independence rests more on faith than empirical reality

Tomorrow, barring a U-turn by the Greens, the Scottish Parliament will endorse the First Minister’s call for another Section 30 Order from Westminster.

7:44am Monday 27 March 2017

David Torrance: SNP's case for independence rests more on faith than empirical reality

David Torrance: SNP's case for independence rests more on faith than empirical reality

Tomorrow, barring a U-turn by the Greens, the Scottish Parliament will endorse the First Minister’s call for another Section 30 Order from Westminster.

7:44am Monday 27 March 2017

Revealed: the lethal flaws in Holyrood's anti-terror defences

Police outside the Scottish Parliament wednesday during the debate and following events at Westminster.Pic Gordon Terris/The Herald22/3/17

A SERIES of potentially lethal flaws in Holyrood security have been uncovered in the wake of the terror attack in Westminster which left five people dead including the killer.

12:11am Sunday 26 March 2017

Anger over failures by police, gamekeepers and conservationists to save Scottish wildlife

Golden Eagle (Aquila chrysaetos) adult in flight over moorland in rain. Scotland. AprilInnovative new research has revealed the impact of human persecution and habitat destruction on Britain and Ireland?s native eagle species over a period of 1500 years.T

Police, gamekeepers and conservationists are all under fire for failing to work together to tackle wildlife crime in a new report by MSPs.

12:10am Sunday 26 March 2017
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