WAIT FOR THE PIPS
The personal independence payment (PIP) is the latest benefit that Atos is bungling, with delays and disputes concerning its assessments.
Nothing to see here: the gross misconduct case against whistleblowing police chief inspector John Buttress will be held in secret.
How and why Behavioural Insights Ltd (the privatised successor to the “nudge unit”) is being selectively transparent when it comes to its accounts.
USELESS CLOTS AT ABMU
More problems at the troubled Princess of Wales hospital in Bridgend suggest it still has plenty of work to do to raise standards.
SUMMER OF DISCONTENT
The “bullying culture” at Norfolk & Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has led to the surgical removal of its chief executive.
The “ninja” NHS unit that held secret meetings with private health firms and then covered its tracks
RBS WASHES WHITER
The Royal Bank of Scotland has hired lawyers and accountants with clear conflicts of interest to investigate its murky “global restructuring group”
SMOKE AND IRE
The chronic shortage of retained firefighters in rural Scotland, and the funding shortfalls that will make it a hot issue for some time
Money to burn in Hampshire, where the fire service can afford “professional development coaching” from a company run by a shamanic practitioner
The Scottish “Stakeholder Reference Group” set up to propose legislation for wild fish preservation is little more than an industry boys’ club.