Two senior managers at the Scottish Ambulance Service have quit a camper van hire firm exposed by the Sunday Mail.

We told how leading staff operated the “£8000-a-month side hustle” from the same building as their NHS headquarters at a time when the Army had been called in to support 999 crews.

Billy Kinniburgh, an SAS head of planning and delivery, and manager colleague Kevin Kelly were both previously named on the Companies House website as people with “significant control” over the firm.

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