Mid Argyll councillor Dougie Philand, a former mental health nurse, said: ‘This proposal will mean that those who suffer from and care for people with this horrendous illness will have to travel out of Argyll for inpatient care.
The government also added further action points, including work to improve access for journalists covering courts to promote open justice, work to increase the efficiency of government advertising spending with the media, ensuring the Local Government Publicity Code is fully implemented by local authorities and to promote an ongoing dialogue with the media industry.
Homeless deaths recorded by The Ferret included some on the city streets. However many were housed in temporary accommodation such as hostels, homeless B&Bs or were sofa surfing when they died. One man died in Glasgow’s Winter Night Shelter in January 2018. Drug overdoses were implicated in many of the deaths.
Head of BBC Daytime and Early Peak, Carla-Maria Lawson, said: “Antiques Road Trip and Celebrity Antiques Road Trip are appointment to view TV, so I’m over the moon we can bring viewers this bumper haul of new episodes to BBC One and Two.”
“As we approach the publication of the Scottish Budget my message and that of COSLA and Trade Unions to the Scottish Government is clear: stop the cuts to West Dunbartonshire and Argyll & Bute Councils and protect our services.
Sergeant Paul MacPherson, of Police Scotland’s Road Policing Unit, said: “Inquiries are ongoing to establish the full circumstances of this tragic incident which has resulted in the deaths of two people.