PRIME MINISTER Theresa May’s incompetence has caused an unprecedented workforce crisis in the NHS, Labour warned yesterday after figures revealed an alarming rise in unfilled posts.
NHS vacancy statistics in England showed more than 30,000 unfilled full-time posts, up from 26,000...
Wednesday 26th Jul 2017
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HUMAN rights campaigner Peter Tatchell called yesterday for Prime Minister Theresa May to apologise and pay compensation to men convicted under anti-gay laws.
The director of the Peter Tatchell Foundation said the “psychological and emotional scars” of those convicted...
MENTAL health services for children and young people are in crisis, Labour warned yesterday as a new report exposed a shortage of specialist inpatient beds.
An Education Policy Institute (EPI) study revealed that on two dates in April 2016 there were no inpatient beds for child and...
TUBE workers are demanding an independent inquiry into “disastrous” job cuts after a passenger died in east London.
London Underground was served with a legal improvement notice yesterday by the Office of Rail and Road (ORR) regulator following the death of Bernard Ovu in...
Tuesday 25th Jul 2017
NHS bosses are reviewing pilot schemes designed to ease pressure on A&E departments after a patient died in Bristol, it was announced yesterday.
David Birtwistle was seen by a GP under the scheme instead of being admitted to A&E and was turned away from hospital. He died from a...
SADIQ KHAN opposes an international arms fair to be held in London — but says he is powerless to stop it.
The mayor of London said on Saturday that he does not want the capital to be used as a market place for “countries that contribute to human rights abuses.”
Monday 24th Jul 2017
HUNDREDS of nurses and trade unionists marched through Portsmouth this weekend in protest against the continued 1 per cent public-sector pay cap.
The rally was organised by the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) as part of its “summer of action” to get the cap lifted.
High Court says Belhaj truth could damage national security
Saturday 22nd Jul 2017
Council still pushing social cleansing agenda
CUBAN musical fundraisers led tributes to their “dear friend” socialist lawyer Mike Seifert, who died on Thursday.
The Music Fund For Cuba (MFFL) said his legacy would continue to inspire many in efforts to develop bonds and friendship between the people of Britain and...