The Herald’s Health Correspondent (?) tells us:
A NURSERY ordered to introduce “consistent and robust” systems to manage admissions requests after a complaint brought by Health Secretary Humza Yousaf has accused Scotland’s watchdog of “partisan spin”. Mr Yousaf and his wife accused Little Scholars Day Nursery in Broughty Ferry, Dundee, of racially discriminating against his daughter when it refused her a place.https://www.heraldscotland.com/business_hq/19691273.little-scholars-nursery-accuses-care-inspectorate-partisan-spin/
The BBC Scotland report is clear:
A formal complaint made by Health Secretary Humza Yousaf about a nursery he accused of discriminating against his daughter has been upheld. The Care Inspectorate found that Little Scholars in Broughty Ferry “did not promote fairness, equality and respect” when offering placements.https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-tayside-central-59150355
The methods used to prove the discrimination, though with a small sample, are fair.
The Care Inspectorate, as we have seen with care home inspections, is by no means tough on providers, so the Little Scholars are unlikely to have been treated unfairly.
Why does the Herald think that the expected indignation of those caught out, is the news?