According to new analysis, a total of £18 billion could be owed to cover shared liabilities
The Prime MInister said the aim was that the health service 'identifies those people and makes sure it gets the money from them'
I assume these people are trained in a complex on the outskirts of Phnom Penh where receptionists are sent for training by erstwhile ex-Khmer Rouge death camp guards
You can’t have an isolationist policy on climate change, global terrorism, weapons deals, international cyber-crime, the Zika virus epidemic or the refugee crisis – and you can’t have an isolationist policy on birth
Jeremy Hunt made reference to personal tragedies under NHS care, just one part of his message to the nation that NHS problems are generated by universal healthcare not privitsation
The Health Secretary must not be blind to the obvious fact that working conditions for too many NHS staff are unacceptable, and that has led to many choosing to ply their trade elsewhere. Now is the time to ask his Government for greater investment
If keeping foreigners out was the limit of their fantasy, Jeremy Hunt’s plan to keep Brits in must be quite a bonus. But a quarter of the NHS is made up of foreign workers – and if we lose them, we lose our national health system
Foreign Secretary insists reporter's offer is a 'pointless stunt'
Evidence indicates that gay men are more than twice as likely to attempt suicide as heterosexual men, yet this crucial demographic information (which they do hold) was not released at all
Corbyn promised to reverse privatisation of public services. This would mean renationalisation of the railways. It would also mean restoring a public NHS reversing its privatisation and conversion into a private health insurance system
By clarifying that he is not imposing a contract but merely recommending one, he has dodged a bullet. However since the legal challenge was to stop Hunt’s imposition, we have done that, so the victory is ours
The Health Secretary wins his case against doctors who say the contract is ‘unsafe and unsustainable’
Reasons for suspension included allegations of sexual assaults, cultivating drugs, sleeping on duty, being intoxicated in work, inappropriate relationships, and tormenting patients
The treatment reduces risk of death for breast cancer sufferers by 18 per cent, campaigners say
Norman Lamb has called on the Health Secretary to urgently investigate why there were 66,681 incidents of physical restraint in 2015-16
Findings part of wider report on how the health service is suffering due to an overstretched workforce, a recruitment crisis and underfunding