The Scottish policeman who was injured when US president George Bush crashed into him on a mountain bike during July's G8 summit at Gleneagles is finally back at work after 14 weeks off sick. The Strathclyde cycle officer spent more than three months off duty, despite White House claims that he had recovered within hours of the accident. . . . The police officer, who declined to be identified, returned to work at the start of the week. Paramedic Barry Klaassen, who treated Mr Bush and the officer on site at Gleneagles, said it was unusual for ankle ligament damage to take 14 weeks to heal.