NHS unions attacked the announcement of a belowinflation 1 per cent pay award as a “bitter blow” for health workers yesterday.
The government said that it had accepted the NHS Pay Review Body recommendation of a 1 per cent pay rise for health workers including nurses,...
Wednesday 29th Mar 2017
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LABOUR blasted plans to cut prescriptions as “a direct result of Theresa May’s underfunding of the NHS” yesterday.
Major cost-cutting proposals mean that travel vaccinations, gluten-free foods and omega-3 supplements may no longer be available on the NHS.
Government tightens grip on the bomb despite 75% supporting bid to rid world of it forever
Tuesday 28th Mar 2017
£1 in 8 is now going to non-NHS ‘providers’
South West franchise handed to Hong Kong-run MTR
Chancellor to rake in cash while impoverished NHS hospitals face £62 million rates rise
Monday 27th Mar 2017
Britain’s relations with Turkey damages reputation, say MPs
THOUSANDS marched through Durham on Saturday in solidarity with teaching assistants as they vowed to “stand up for education.”
NUT general secretary Kevin Courtney urged support for the “Durham lions” as he demanded Durham council join them in their fight for...
Unions pay tribute to the workers who rushed to keep Londoners safe
Friday 24th Mar 2017
PENSIONERS attacked a report yesterday that recommends an increased state pension age and scrapping of the triple lock for “asking the right questions but coming up with the wrong answers.”
Former CBI director general John Cridland, who had been appointed by the government...