Hundreds of private patients of a Glasgow-born surgeon convicted of carrying out needless breast operations are seeking compensation over the "devastation" wreaked by his crimes.
IT was the contest of the decade, the supreme battle for hearts and minds, the thriller that was not in Manila … no, not the General Election, that’s happening in a parallel universe far, far away from this one. (Or at least that’s what we’ll…
CURRENT political debate acts as a time machine to my playground days. “Liar, liar, pants on fire!”
A health board has been told to apologise for sending a patient with a suspected brain aneurysm home, telling her she had muscle pain, after which she collapsed and died.
A WOMAN collapsed a died days after doctors mistook "red flag warnings" of a brain haemorrhage for neck pain and sent her home from hospital, an investigation has found.
A hospital kept dozens of patients in accident and emergency for up to 17 hours because of a "surge in demand" for care following the Easter weekend, MSPs have been told.
Angela Merkel has claimed the UK has "illusions" about the realities of Brexit and insisted talks on the UK's divorce bill from the European Union must be dealt with before negotiations on any trade deal can begin.
LABOUR has the “fight of our lives on our hands,” a senior aide to Jeremy Corbyn has admitted, as a poll gave the party leader his lowest personal net rating of -42.
Jeremy Corbyn faced accusations from Theresa May that his allies believe he is "not fit to run this country" in their final pre-election Commons clash.