by Felicity Collier
NHS ENGLAND and a medical watchdog both sought to cover up evidence that medical implants have left hundreds of women in debilitating pain.
The minutes of an October meeting between NHS England and Medicines & Healthcare Products Regulatory...
Saturday 22nd Apr 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
NEIL FINDLAY writes on the healthcare scandal affecting women in Scotland and the rest of the world
Tuesday 4th Apr 2017
posted by Morning Star in Features
STUDENTS from the most deprived areas in Scotland remain under-represented in its top universities, according to new figures released yesterday.
Just 8 per cent of Scottish-based entrants at the universities of Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow and St Andrews come from the most deprived...
Friday 31st Mar 2017
posted by Zoe Streatfield in Britain
Following Brexit Labour needs to be exploring how the nations and regions can win the powers necessary to meet local needs, writes NEIL FINDLAY
Friday 24th Feb 2017
ANTI-RACIST campaigners claimed victory yesterday after a neonazi concert due to be held in Scotland later this month was cancelled.
US white power band Bound for Glory were booked to perform in Falkirk this Saturday but cancelled the gig due to fears that anti-racist activists would...
Tuesday 18th Oct 2016
NEIL FINDLAY warns against an alliance with the SNP who, he says, only act progressive
Tuesday 4th Oct 2016
JEREMY CORBYN supporters in Scotland will launch a campaign this weekend to mobilise the huge support the Labour leader retains among lay members.
Neil Findlay MSP, who will run the Scottish Labour for Jeremy campaign said: “Jeremy won last year because he put forward a new...
Friday 15th Jul 2016
In the wake of devastating results for Scottish Labour, NEIL FINDLAY MSP makes a plea for solidarity and public services to trump petty nationalism
Wednesday 11th May 2016
The SNP might trumpet its social democratic credentials – but where is its opposition to the Tories’
cuts, asks NEIL FINDLAY
Tuesday 5th Apr 2016
SCOTTISH Labour’s plans to increase income tax could reduce the expected budget cuts by a third, according to new research published yesterday.
The Resolution Foundation, a think tank specialising in tax and income, said the proposed 1p income tax rise could raise £475...
Saturday 6th Feb 2016