The first minister is challenged to take responsibility for the failure to contact the family of a dead child after a hospital infections "scandal".
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The first minister says the casenote review looked at 118 episodes of infection in 84 children at the hospital. All families except one had been contacted and information was shared.
Ms Sturgeon says serious attempts had been made to contact the family.
Mr Sarwar says Ms Sturgeon is missing "the fundamental point" - that the review happened as a result of parents.Quote Message: This scandal involved denials, bullying of clinicians, cover-ups, and parents of sick children being blamed for their illnesses. Clinicians have been raising the alarm for years. The result of inaction is tens of children getting infections and tragically two children dying. from Anas Sarwar Scottish Labour leader
Ms Sturgeon points out that the government has established a full independent public inquiry.
She says the government is taking it seriously and is determined to get to the bottom of everything that happened to make sure families get the answers they need.
She ends by saying it is regrettable that one family has not been contacted, and that attempts to reach them will continue.
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BBC Scotland News
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BBC Wales Investigates
An expert has called for more guidance for concussions in women's rugby as they face twice the risk.
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Collette Stevenson has won East Kilbride for the SNP with a reduced majority of 8,672 over Labour.
The seat was held by the SNP’s Linda Fabiani before she stood down at the election.
The SNP's share of the vote was down 4.1% and Labour were up 6.4%.