The SNP officially cuts dental check-ups to once every two years

15 September 2023

In the news this week, the SNP has officially cut dental check-ups to once every two years, with the aim to end ‘dental deserts’, and Ukraine discusses plans to utilise wind power at Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster Site.

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