Legal advisors said there was 'no realistic prospect' of securing a finding against them
Muslim Council of Britain say those staff who do wear the veil are 'prepared to be pragmatic' and take it off when required
CPS said it was not in the 'public interest' to prosecute two doctors accused of arranging illegal abortions, despite them having enough evidence to prosecute
Medical tribunal hears that woman was told her tumour had been removed when it had not
Patients given drugs with no active ingredients, or unproven or unnecessary treatments, finds study
Foreign doctors who want to work for the NHS in England will have to prove they can speak English well enough to treat patients, the Government has confirmed.
Four doctors and 10 nurses face misconduct hearings in wake of healthcare scandal
The smiling face of Dr Humayra Abedin at the High Court last Friday masked months of abuse suffered at the hands of her parents and a so-called psychiatric hospital in Dhaka.
Gordon Brown said he was still prepared to push ahead with new rules presuming people are happy to donate organs after death, despite the plans being rejected yesterday by an expert task force he appointed. The Prime Minister is backing a change in the law to assume patients have given automatic "presumed consent" for their body parts to be used after their death, unless they decide to opt out.