We’ve had to sort this Scotsman header and report in the light of its tendency to come at things from the right. All the facts are there but they’ve put them in the wrong order.
Here’s the bit they should have put first:
Just one in five (21 per cent) say it is going badly, with 15 per cent saying quite badly and 6 per cent saying it is going very badly.
It is estimated that around 21% of Scots can vote Tory, 15% probably will and 6% have serious problems with one or other sense even the ability to feel a wee prick………in the arm.
The 6% are thought to be unable to see, hear or smell these facts below while the 15% will look away and say lalalalalala…
- 30,076 care home residents (exceeding the initial target for residents in older adult care homes and 94% of residents in all care homes)
- 40,877 care home staff (91% of staff in older adult care homes and 79% of staff in all care homes)
- 246,455 people aged 80 or over living in the community (99%) – this excludes care home residents who are reported separately
- 280,927 frontline health and social care workers exceeding the initial target of 230,000 staff provided by Health Boards.
- 187,666 people aged 75-79 living in the community (99%) – this excludes care home residents who are reported separately
- 219,074 people aged 70-74 living in the community (78%) – this excludes care home residents who are reported separately.