Though the Record’s churnalists still managed to extract the negative, BBC Scotland did manage to squeeze in a wee recognition of the truth:

A report has said there were a “series of problems” with the design and build of a Glasgow hospital campus – but no clear evidence to link those failures to any “avoidable deaths“.

But, don’t get carried away, there’s still this:

The Queen Elizabeth University Hospital opened in 2015, but fears were raised after deaths were linked to infections. An independent review concluded that some patients had been “exposed to risk that could have been lower”.

before, sort of of admitting the truth:

However, it found no “sound” evidence that there had been “avoidable” deaths.

Will there be an apology for these dishonest images and headlines last year?

Don’t hold your breath.