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Latest News

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More action needed against infections

More needs to be done to combat the spread of infections, an NHS watchdog has warned.

22 April 2014

NHS needs to learn from Stafford scandal

MPs claim that the NHS needs to look at the way in which it deals with complaints in the wake of the Stafford Hospital scandal.

22 April 2014

GP opening hours scheme to benefit 7m patients

David Cameron says a new scheme promoting better opening hours for GPs across the country will benefit over seven million patients.

22 April 2014

Hundreds of millions may have been 'wasted' on flu drug

Millions of pounds may have been wasted on Tamiflu drug.

15 April 2014

England reaches record 451,100 FTE teachers

England has reached a record number of FTE teachers, government stats show.

15 April 2014

NHS England being caught up by rest of UK

NHS services across England are still ahead of their counterparts from the rest of the UK, but gap is getting smaller.

11 April 2014

Liver transplant program set to be extended

Patients suffering with alcohol-induced liver diseases will soon be eligible for transplants.

9 April 2014

Michael Gove: State schools competing with private institutions

Education secretary Michael Gove has said that state schools are now competing with private institutions for the best pupils.

1 April 2014

£10 membership fee suggested for NHS patients

Lord Warner has suggested that people should be required to pay a £10-a-month membership fee to use health services on the NHS.

31 March 2014

Schools will not be allowed to block out exams

Schools should not be allowed to screen out exam questions, Ofqual has said.

31 March 2014

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