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The mother of a boy who died in a Glasgow hospital two years ago has claimed she was ignored by the health board and the Scottish government.

Mason Djemat, three, was being treated at the Royal Hospital for Children and died weeks before Milly Main, 10.

Both children were patients on a ward which was affected by water contamination.

NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde and health secretary Jeane Freeman have apologised to their parents.

But Mason’s mother, Victoria Freeman, told BBC Scotland she is still fighting for answers as to why her son never came home.

In her first interview Ms Freeman said: “There was no-one listening to me. No-one wanted to help. No-one at all.”

Ms Freeman spoke out after the

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