The Queen Elizabeth II Hospital, Health Secretary Jeane Freeman and the Royal Hospital for Sick Children.
The report on what went wrong at the £842 million QE2 Hospital and Royal Children’s Hospital, both of which take patients from West Dunbartonshire, has received full coverage in The Democrat today.
The report has been described as “explosive” by Miles Briggs, the Conservative Health spokesperson at the Scottish Parliament.
Go to the Home page and scroll down for a summary of the report and the Health Board’s reaction to it.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and Jackie Baillie MSP.
Another important story is that Jackie Baillie, the MSP for Dumbarton, Vale of Leven, Helensburgh and Lomond, was the first to point out to First Minister Nicola Sturgeon in the Scottish Parliament that Covid-19 was on its way.
Our report which shows the FM believed her advisers thought it was most likely a flu bug and that they were well equipped to deal with it, which they were not and are still not on matters such as PPE, is also in The Democrat today. There have been 4,000 deaths in Scotland.
We also have the latest on children going back to school in August. Will they or won’t they and will the trade unions – all four of them – come to an agreement with West Dunbartonshire Council?