CULTURE PROBLEM IN HEALTH BOARD LED TO WHISTLEBLOWERS BEING IGNORED

 Health Secretary Jeane Freeman, the QE2 and Royal Children’s Hospital and Lord Brodie, who will preside at the public inquiry.  By Bill Heaney In an astonishing statement in the Scottish Parliament on Tuesday,  the Cabinet Secretary for Health and Sport, Jeane Freeman, thanked  whistle-blowers for “their courage and persistence in the face of the difficulties … More CULTURE PROBLEM IN HEALTH BOARD LED TO WHISTLEBLOWERS BEING IGNORED

MP STEPS INTO BLM CONTROVERSY OVER MUNIRA MIZRA

Mirza attracted criticism for saying that “it seems that a lot of people in politics think it’s a good idea to exaggerate the problem of racism”, and Theresa May’s proposed racial disparities audit for public services set the scene for “another bout of political self-flagellation regarding the subject of race in Britain”, and that “accusations of institutional racism — and their official endorsement — have corroded BAME communities’ trust in public services, thereby making things worse.” … More MP STEPS INTO BLM CONTROVERSY OVER MUNIRA MIZRA