Some trusts are already running trials in which patients are requested to present ID
Dozens of England’s 163 acute hospitals will have vital services, such as cancer, trauma and stroke care, axed under the new initiative
Health managers have been told not to reveal the plans to the public or the media
The healthcare service lags behind other comparable countries, says Owen Paterson
Drugs giants are paying huge premiums to buy up treatments. We'll be expected to provide the returns they're seeking through higher healthcare costs
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‘In the hospital, they thought we were sisters. I was always aware of the way people might be reacting to the fact that we were lesbians and felt less comfortable in a public ward. Being lesbian made an already traumatic situation worse. I constantly felt in general like I always had my out myself to explain my role was in her care and life’
A new survey also shows 45 per cent of stroke survivors in England feel 'left alone' after leaving hospital
'There’s a big problem with blaming people. It’s stops people learning because they start being defensive'
Over 100 million healthcare records were reportedly compromised in 2015
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Under existing guidelines, junk food adverts are banned for television transmission of children's programmes, but not for online viewing of the same content
'We need completely new rules because the way the existing ones are written almost seems like they are not meant to work'
Tax avoidance may not, by the letter of the law, be a crime – but it is morally and ethically wrong