The incident happened around 11pm on East Princes Street near Helensburgh Central Train Station. The victim was taken to the Royal Alexandra Hospital in Paisley for treatment to serious facial injuries.
How any politician of any hue came to think it was a good idea to discriminate against poor and deprived children is unbelievable. Nicola Sturgeon must have been aware of this.
She is the latest in a series of SNP MSPs to confirm they will not be standing for re-election and her announcement follows Health Secretary Jeane Freeman confirming on Monday plans to quit Holyrood in May.
Police and the Scottish Ambulance Service were called to the scene at the junction of Nitshill Road and Parkhouse Road in the south side of the city at about 10:00 on Saturday.
“Harriet should be granted political asylum and allowed to live here without fear of being sent back to a country where her life would be in danger. It’s time the Tory Government stopped playing with people’s futures and treated refugees and asylum seekers as people.”
The BIT Collective, which was set up to tackle gender inequality in Scotland’s trad music scene, wants a “fundamental culture change” in the attitude to women’s safety, equality and dignity.