Andy Masterton
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MND man's council funding woes

Some councils in Scotland have been charging terminally ill people for personal care when they should get it for free, according to the charity Motor Neurone Disease Scotland.

Nearly one third of Scotland's 32 councils have a policy which is unclear, and one council only waives the charges when an individual is expected to live for fewer than four weeks.

BBC Scotland health correspondent Eleanor Bradford reports.

  • 15 May 2015
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