The Prime Minister and Health Secretary have pledged to introduce tough new measures to recoup an extra £500million from foreigners annually, who undergo treatment on the NHS.
Professor Patrick Pullicino says the plan to ask every ill or elderly person on how they want to die simply ‘perpetuates the flaw’ of the discredited Liverpool Care Pathway, which was abolished last year.
THE number of young British Muslims travelling to Syria to join Islamic State extremists is “on a larger scale than we envisaged”, a senior politician said last night.
ALMOST seven out of 10 Scots believe the country will break away from the UK, despite the resounding No vote in last year’s independence referendum.
HEARING aids are to be rationed in the NHS for the first time in a decision blasted by campaigners.
MAKING the wrong decision about a pension after new reforms come in could leave workers without enough to live on during retirement.
SCOTLAND’S top policeman has been criticised after it emerged he receives £3,000 a year in housing allowance – despite having paid off his mortgage.
Walid Moussa, 74, is charged with seven counts of indecent assault on a female over 16-years-old between July 1983 and July 1984
When tourist guide John Alasdair Macdonald snapped a landscape shot across the lake he accidentally captured a giant shooting star
Police have slammed those who encouraged the man in his 40s to leap from the 60ft-high building, with some even filming the incident on their phones