The Public Accounts Committee says the money is not there to improve services
Unnamed 27-year old has passport confiscated after he lay in the road screaming and damaged signs when he was not picked up
Depression should be thought of more like heart disease and cancer says Sarah Bailey, where small changes in a number of genes contribute to the development of the illness instead of looking for just one gene that causes it
'A psychiatric diagnosis where appropriate is important, but it does not explain motivation'
Young people’s collective stress buckets are overflowing as they attempt to endure the realities of a world which consistently demands academic, social and aesthetic perfection with no means of releasing that pressure
After suffering from my own depression, I had Springsteen’s words ‘It ain’t no sin to be glad you’re alive’ permanently inked onto my arm; words I thought were written just for me. Now I know they are just as important to ‘the boss’ himself
However, academics who reviewed dozens of studies said there was a risk of bias in many of them
Edward Adamson was the first artist to be employed in a UK hospital. Kashmira Gander explores how his studio was an oasis of calm in a harsh twentieth century mental hospital, and how his legacy lives on.
'I'm experienced in trauma, I had already worked with patients from Rwanda, from Bosnia, but this was very different. If you have an eight-year-old girl in front of you and she's saying she was sold eight times by Isis and raped 100 times during 10 months, how can humankind be so evil?'
It leaves a bitter taste in the mouth when he accuses Corbyn of being partially responsible for misogyny in Labour but then says we should 'smash Theresa May back on her heels', echoing views we heard when he told Leanne Wood she was invited on Question Time because of her 'gender'
John Thomson's character Pete will portray the personal experiences of writer Mike Bullen
Media coverage of the attack led with our number one collective fear – that someone who is beyond reason will kill or harm us and our family
Understanding the link between mental health problems and acts of violence does not excuse those acts of violence but makes us better able to prevent such atrocities taking place
Research suggests deep-rooted stigma against people with mental health issues prevails in the UK
A team of scientists pinpointed 17 genetic tweaks, or SNPs (pronounced “snips”), that appear to be tied to MDD