Scotland’s MSM have, as expected, turned the plans for a national care service, in the wake of mass pandemic deaths due to corporate greed, into another opportunity to question the SNP Government’s competence.
The opposition parties with the GMB and Lisa Summers, above, have little positive to say about the plans and, so far, are giving no space to the actual expert on these matters, Derek Feeley, Chair of the Independent Review of Adult Social Care, who spoke to Holyrood’s Health, Social Care and Sport Committee, yesterday.
He said that there were “huge opportunities” in the bill.
He added that it is “incredibly encouraging that we are having this conversation about human rights” when it comes to the Scottish Government’s approach to a National Care Service.
Most impressively, he said: “in Scotland, we could be way beyond what other countries aspire to”.
There you have it, the news.