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Mesh surgery safeguards needed before procedure reintroduced, MSPs told

Mesh surgery safeguards needed before procedure reintroduced, MSPs told

Safeguards must be in place before health boards can begin to reintroduce routine mesh implant surgery, MSPs have been told.

5:38pm Thursday 30 March 2017

Film studio plan failure would disappoint sector, MSPs told

Aerial view of Pentland Studio plan

Failure to deliver on plans for a flagship film studio in Scotland would be greatly disappointing to the sector, a Holyrood committee has been told.

1:56pm Thursday 30 March 2017

Inside Track: Exposing Scots links to laundering dirty money scandal

David Leask, chief reporter

EARLIER this week The Herald published a story some people did not like. Scottish shell firms, we revealed, had been used to launder at least £4 billion in dirty money from Russia.

12:06am Thursday 30 March 2017

Herald Diary: Explaining Brexit, where a Glasgow student was born, and legless in a Lanarkshire pub

Roadsign

Are we nearly there yet?

12:05am Thursday 30 March 2017

SNP ministers consider new offence to curb crooked shell companies

Green MSP Andy Wightman

THE Scottish Government is considering a new criminal offence to help crackdown on organised crime exploiting Scottish Limited Partnerships (SLPs).

4:26pm Thursday 30 March 2017

Whistleblowing SNP councillor quits, claiming local party in chaos

Julie McAnulty has quit the SNP, claiming the Lanarkshire party is in chaos and accusing top brass of "turning a blind eye"

THE SNP has been rocked in key election target area as one of its councillor announces she is quits party on eve of the campaign, accusing party headquarters of turning a blind eye to bullying.

11:35am Thursday 30 March 2017

SNP Economy Secretary apologises over sham £10bn China deal

Keith Brown

KEITH Brown has escaped a formal censure by Holyrood after apologising for the SNP Government being suckered by a sham £10 billion investment deal with China.

12:06am Thursday 30 March 2017

Sturgeon out of tune with Scots on bespoke Brexit and immigration, survey finds

Sturgeon out of tune with Scots on bespoke Brexit and immigration, survey finds

12:06am Thursday 30 March 2017

May has taken a "leap in the dark" with Brexit says Sturgeon

May has taken a "leap in the dark" with Brexit says Sturgeon

NICOLA Sturgeon has accused the Prime Minister of taking a “leap in the dark” by triggering Brexit without knowing what it will mean for the economy and society.

12:06am Thursday 30 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
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