New treatments for depression and experiments which might help explain human consciousness will be put at risk if the bill banning legal highs is passed, researchers have warned.
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Voice Scotland, which represents childcare, early years and education staff, has welcomed publication of the report of the Commission for Childcare Reform, in particular its call for a "fundamental review" of childcare funding.
Voice has welcomed the decision of the Employment Appeal Tribunal in the case of E Ivor Hughes Educational Foundation v Morris.