From Public Health Scotland on 21 February 2023, there were 225 cases of tuberculosis in Scotland in 2021, down 34% on 2015 and twice as good as the WHO target of a 20% cut.
In England, in the same period, there were 4 429 cases, per head twice the level in Scotland.
NHS Scotland and the Health Secretary have not been praised for this.
NHS England and the English health secretary have not been accused of anything.
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Hang on , BBC Scotland get down there and do your job , quiz , accuse and report England NHS failures , ……OH , NO, you won’t , you’re too busy scanning the Scottish communities for trivia to blow up into a disaster.
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Here is another job for BBC Scotland go and find out why the Bank of England is not called the bank of the United Kingdom after all it’s owned by the government of the United Kingdom
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