BBC Scotland pundit attacks Nicola Sturgeon’s NHS record despite significant conflicts of interest
BBC Scotland has come under attack on social media after an interview conducted by a regular guest pundit was used in order to attack SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon’s record on the NHS.
Broadcast on Sunday, the interview witnessed journalist Pennie Taylor question Professor David Kerr on his report into the Scottish NHS, published in 2005.
The academic was chair of the National Framework Advisory Group set up by the then Labour led administration at Holyrood.
The interview was used as the basis for a stream of BBC Scotland news bulletins that targeted First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and the SNP over a perceived failure to adopt key recommendations contained in the report.
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