The Prime Minister cannot rely on a weak opposition to save her from the wrath of the people if she fails to reverse the health service’s current disastrous path
When I worked in A&E, I would often not see my own housemates for two weeks at a time, my relationship broke up, and I struggled to see my friends. I was asked to assess a patient in a hospital corridor for major life-threatening surgery. It was unacceptable and undignified
United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust revealed plans to close their A&E at Grantham and District Hospital at night because of a shortage of doctors. It could be the tip of the iceberg
To watch these people suffer is almost unbearable, and, if duty did not compel me to, I would have switched over simply because I can’t cope with that level of emotional stress
Massive expansion of private healthcare provision in NHS is 'far too radical an experiment' that could go 'catastrophically wrong', expert warns
NHS bursary cuts may be the catalyst for a change we have long feared. The NHS may dip below the surface never to rise again
Doctors from the clinical advisory group have claimed NHS England tried to sabotage attempts to introduce the expensive drugs, to delay them until the following financial year because they didn't have enough funding
One consultant was paid £375,000 in overtime fees on top of their salary
'I’m convinced seven-day services cannot be achieved within current funding. There are huge gaps'
Report concludes real funding increase less than half of what Hunt claimed
'In our view, the funding announced in the Spending Review does not meet the Government’s commitment'
Children’s Commissioner Anne Longfield says professionals must be 'acutely aware' of behaviour
Controversial junior doctors’ contract stipulation of seven-day NHS deemed unaffordable
‘That was against the very nature of what we’d built right from the very beginning,’ the director said
Report finds there are not enough competent doctors to treat patients at night