Image copyright Jen McAdam A woman has received death threats after speaking out about an international cryptocurrency "scam". Jen McAdam, from Glasgow, has been leading a band of investors who believe they have been duped by the OneCoin digital currency. OneCoin is said to have raised as much as £4bn around the world in investment. But US prosecutors argue that far from being the next Bitcoin, OneCoin is a pyramid scheme masquerading as a cryptocurrency.
An unusable children's hospital still had thousands of snagging problems after a health board accepted it as ready, new documents show. The Sick Kids facility in Edinburgh will not be fully operational until next autumn after last-minute safety concerns stopped it opening in July. Minutes of the dedicated NHS Lothian board overseeing the project show there were 2,000 snagging issues in May. This was nearly three months after the health board took over the facility.
Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionMaryanne Pugsley: "The impact of this has infiltrated every single aspect of my life"Police have launched a fresh probe into claims a woman was sexually abused by her teacher at a South Ayrshire school. Maryanne Pugsley first spoke about the allegations - which date back to the 1970s - at Holyrood when she was calling for an inquiry into abuses at state schools.
RD points out parliament has never had a say in prorogation, that it is 'entirely normal' for prorogation to occur and the issue isn't for the courts just because the period is longer than in previous years.