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
The number of illness-related deaths is set to exceed those killed on 9/11 within five years, experts say
Funding crisis means bosses will have to make 'unpalatable' decisions that could include shutting services, charging patients, relaxing targets and laying off staff
Massive expansion of private healthcare provision in NHS is 'far too radical an experiment' that could go 'catastrophically wrong', expert warns
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The generation most likely to need the NHS voted for a promise of extra funding that simply will not materialise
'Women tend to get less immediate care when time is essential,' researcher says
'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
Viruses are spreading fast, and drug resistant bacterial infections will cause 10 million deaths a year worldwide by 2050. The world is poorly prepared to deal with a serious outbreak of disease
New data shows that differences in life span among low earners are more dependent on local policies, exercise and smoking than access to health care
'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
Exclusive: Ruling finds they ‘discriminate’ against offshore firms
GE division makes millions in sales to health service, and is net beneficiary from UK Exchequer