Scotland in the grip of an ‘inhumane’ NHS crisis

Last month in Scotland more than 125,000 people were admitted to A&E with more than 40% not seen within four hours.

Lung cancer patient, Noreen Craig, was taken to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow after becoming ill with a chest infection, but she died before she even made it on to a ward.

Her son Stuart Craig said that ‘animals would have been treated better’ than his mother was.

Sky’s Connor Gillies reports from Scotland.

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