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Scottish government invests £6m in toxicology laboratory


Investment will see post-mortem toxicology forensic services move from the University of Glasgow while retaining staff

The Scottish government is to invest more than £6 million in a new toxicology laboratory to provide forensic testing for police and prosecutors.

The lab, which will be run by the Scottish Police Authority Forensic Services, will be able to test for a range of substances for Scotland’s Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service, it was announced on 9 July.

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