The Times (Scotland) front page with 3 UK stories and 1 about NHS England left hanging to suggest things are wrong in NHS Scotland too.
There is no maternity scandal in Scotland. There are several in NHS England:
Tragically, many of these issues remain a persistent problem in maternity services across England. Shrewsbury is not alone. Morecambe Bay, East Kent and Nottingham hospitals have all had poor maternity care exposed in recent years. Naturally, this prompts the question of what needs to change if these scandals are to be avoided elsewhere.https://www.theguardian.com/society/2022/mar/30/baby-deaths-inquiry-reveals-issues-across-englands-maternity-services#:~:text=Baby%20deaths%20inquiry%20points%20to%20issues%20across%20England%27s%20maternity%20services,-This%20article%20is&text=It%20has%20been%20five%20years,families%20and%201%2C592%20clinical%20incidents.
No English health secretaries have faced calls to resign.
The best or worst that the Scottish MSM have come up with is some Moray mothers having to travel to Aberdeen.