“We’re hoping it will be possible for patients to be able to give blood samples in the community in future and we’ll be working with our Health and Social Care Partnership colleagues to achieve this.”
They report being unable to phone home because they can not afford phone top-ups, she claimed. Women have said they have no money to buy sanitary products. “People don’t want charity,” Qureshi added. “The want to be able to provide for themselves.”
The incident happened around 3.50am on Friday, 26 June, 2020, at an address on Singer Street. The 38-year-old man was pronounced dead at the scene.
If his experience hadn’t been as it was then he would have been on a plane back to the Sudan today. He is instead lying in Glasgow City Mortuary. I sympathise greatly with our police force, our hospital staff and our social work and welfare staff, whose poisoned chalice is full and running over today.