The comedian who played the part of a pessimistic tabloid football journalist in the satirical 2001 movie Mike Bassett: England Manager has “no idea” if his national football team has a chance of winning the Russia World Cup.
Leading housing and care provider Blackwood has awarded its annual accolades to the brightest and best new inventions in its mission to ensure that those with disabilities can live life to the full, reports Michael Alexander.
Fifty years after the assassination of US Senator Robert Kennedy, Dundee author Patrick Kelly - who wrote JFK: Just a Patsy – asks whether ‘mind-control’ may have led the assassin to carry out the act.
Devolution is essential for the accountability of the NHS – however, NHS Scotland needs to “stop being so insular” and to look outside its borders to see how things might be done better or differently in future.
It’s 19 months since Professor David Crossman - dean and head of the School of Medicine at St Andrews University - was appointed the new Chief Scientist for Health with the Scottish Government, and during that time the cardiologist has not wavered from his view that the NHS is a “huge success story”.
The National Health Service could more accurately be described as the 'National Sickness Service' because while it treats illness, it does not often deal with the root causes of why the person got ill in the first place.