Experts warn of 'disturbing' implications for epidemic of alcohol related harm in the developing world, particularly Africa
Exclusive: Broadmoor trust executive landed new job before the end of investigation prompted by whistleblower
He warns patient safety would be put at risk if three planned walkouts next month go ahead
46-year-old says he walked away from the internet phenomenon in 2001 because 'the inmates were running the asylum'
'They can send me anywhere, but not Bahrain'
Dr Hayley Dare was ridiculed after revealing culture of bullying and harassment at West London Mental Health NHS Trust
Study calls into question Government’s flagship policy of introducing a seven-day health service
Men making up the majority of the 4.1 million people aged 45 to 64 living alone
Exclusive: Some areas that once offered couples three cycles of IVF may soon provide none
Senior officer had been relieved of his duties on Operation Fernbridge by the time the police had the complainant’s personal details
The revelations will pile more pressure for cabinet ministers Oliver Letwin and Matt Hancock who overruled civil servants and signed off the additional funding
Former Secretary of State calls the agreement a '$100bn pact to destabilise the Middle East'
The teenager was arrested on suspicion of Computer Misuse Act offences
“I never drink or smoke. I surround myself with love and positive energy. That’s the key to long life and happiness.”
News stunned security experts who had assumed that Isis terrorists or major country had been behind the breach
Exclusive: A wellbeing index would be a sound basis for Britain’s economic, health and social policies, says a new report