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2015/03/26 18:44
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IT was a punishing winter for the stretched NHS in Nottinghamshire. Unprecedented demand on services saw the city's hospitals call an "internal incident" with medics drafted into accident and...
2015/03/26 18:44
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2015/03/26 11:30
2015/03/26 11:30
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On 15th March 1962, President John F. Kennedy gave an address to the US congress in which he formally addressed the issue of consumer rights. He was the first world leader to do so, and the consumer...
2015/03/26 01:47
2015/03/26 01:47
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The next government will inherit a health service that has run out of money and waiting times for patients are likely to get worse, according to a leading think-tank's review of the NHS under the...
2015/03/25 01:47
2015/03/25 01:47
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Patients’ lives are at risk because the Government has failed to find any “real solutions” to the NHS crisis, Britain’s top doctor warns today. Dr Mark Porter, chair of the the British Medical...
2015/03/24 13:23
2015/03/24 13:23
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Reading councillors will be asked to support a campaign to protect the NHS from takeover by American companies which could gain access through the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership. Lead...
2015/03/24 12:36
2015/03/24 12:36
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When Belgium's Catholic bishops published a declaration in early March that condemned calls for euthanasia for dementia sufferers, it was the latest bout in a protracted struggle in this traditionally...
2015/03/23 10:37
2015/03/23 10:37
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The Conservatives launched a new advert this weekend showing a sinister-looking cartoon Salmond catching a train from Aberdeen down to London, where they claim the SNP leader will be able to "call the...
2015/03/20 17:38
2015/03/20 17:38
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Labour’s first poster of the election campaign sparked controversy because it showed an X-ray of a skeleton with the words: “Next time, they’ll cut to the bone…..The NHS can’t afford the Tory cuts...
2015/03/20 13:42
2015/03/20 13:42
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The campaign asks the world’s two largest charitable foundations to divest from the top 200 oil, gas and coal companies within five years and to immediately freeze any new investments. It was launched...
2015/03/20 10:41
2015/03/20 10:41
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OXFORD University is the second richest in the UK after Cambridge with an endowment worth about £3.8bn some of which is invested in fossil fuel companies. Is this a sound investment and helpful to the...
2015/03/19 12:24
2015/03/19 12:24
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Nye: The Political Life of Aneurin Bevan Nicklaus Thomas-Symonds I.B.Tauris, 336pp, £25 Aneurin Bevan died at 62, nine months after Labour’s humiliating defeat in the 1959 election. For years he...
2015/03/18 12:20
2015/03/18 12:20
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Doctors have passed a vote of no confidence against Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board following their controversial decision to shut a consultant-led maternity unit. The Clwyd North Division of...
2015/03/17 14:58
2015/03/17 14:58
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EAST Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust is set to pay out its biggest ever annual bill for temporary workers, dwarfing the £14 million spent two years ago. The huge bill of £24 million for agency staff...
2015/03/16 17:41
2015/03/16 17:41
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AN ALTERNATIVE to downgrading maternity services at Glan Clwyd Hospital could be found, politicians have said. Around 400 people attended a public meeting at St Asaph Cathedral on Thursday to ask...
2015/03/16 15:50
2015/03/16 15:50
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Oxford University mulls ditching fossil fuel investments Photo: Wade Laube Oxford University will consider Monday whether to become the most prominent academic institution to join a growing movement...
2015/03/14 16:16
2015/03/14 16:16
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The Queen and Prince Charles are big fans of homeopathy. Photo / AP The stoush between the ambassadors of mainstream medicine and proponents of homeopathic therapies reminds me of an episode of...
2015/03/14 10:08
2015/03/14 10:08
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IT WAS a grim day at the British Medical Association conference in Scotland. Frontline doctors gave vent to their concerns at the state of the health service and society as a whole. Delegates heard...
2015/03/13 14:46
2015/03/13 14:46
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AN ALTERNATIVE to downgrading maternity services at Glan Clwyd Hospital could be found, politicians have said. Around 400 people attended a public meeting at St Asaph Cathedral on Thursday to ask...
2015/03/13 08:09
2015/03/13 08:09
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GP partnerships in major towns are already collapsing because vacancies cannot be filled. NHS Forth Valley had to take over a surgery with 4,500 patients in Falkirk this week because the doctors...
2015/03/08 08:52
2015/03/08 08:52
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Dr Kailash Chand, deputy chairman of the British Medical Association, was speaking following research which found those who take the cholesterol-lowering drugs are more than twice as likely to develop...
2015/03/26 18:44
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