New figures reveal that almost 10% of Scottish patients have been made to wait longer than the four hour target to be seen in Accident and Emergency Departments.
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Claudia Tomlinson looks at Healthcare UK, which sells the services of the best of the UK health sector to rich people overseas.
Watch Lewisham Labour MPs Dame Joan Ruddock and Heidi Alexander make the case for saving Lewisham Hospital in today’s House of Commons NHS Funding Debate.
It’s time to support our overworked and underpaid nurses, who have come under fierce attack from the right wing in recent months.
Statistics released yesterday show an overall increase cancer survival rates over recent years – yet for the rarer cancers, survival rates remain low.
If NHS bosses go through with their proposals, eight Accident and Emergency departments in London will be closing over the next few years, writes Murad Qureshi.
Jos Bell looks at the challenges facing new health secretary Jeremy Hunt following his succeeding of the sacked Andrew Lansley in this week’s Cabinet reshuffle.
Welsh health minister Lesley Griffiths described regional pay as “Tory code for cutting the pay of NHS workers in Wales”, reports Ed Jacobs.