Campaigners have said they worry the backlog incurred by the junior doctors' strike combined with bank holiday working hours "could prove fatal"
The NHS is being funded on a wing and a prayer. The NHS is told to find £22bn of efficiency savings, yet there is no plan how to achieve them
The patients are behind our strike - but I've been sad to hear them vocalise their fears in the last few weeks
The first all-out strike in the history of the NHS has entered its second day.
National Audit Office says specialised budgets increased by 6.3 per cent from 2014 to 2015, while the NHS budget as a whole only rose by 3.5 per cent
The dispute between the government and the BMA union has led to the first all-out strike in the NHS's history. But angry junior doctors on the picket line tell The Independent they are not optimistic for a positive outcome
The strike appears to have had high uptake
The Big Questions: Is TTIP really more dangerous than Jeremy Hunt for the NHS?
Doctors say they will return to work if the Government drops forced imposition of the new contract
The junior doctors' dispute over propsed new contracts is the biggest health story today. This timeline shows how it unfolded and how we got to where we are now.
Junior doctors have been fighting for months against the planned imposition of a new contract for a 'seven day' NHS, which they say would endanger the service
'Health Secretaries are never popular', Mr Hunt said
This dispute highlights the need for a fundamental re-assessment of how we fund the NHS. It's time for a tax to keep the health service afloat
Hospitals are finalising plans for dealing with the first all-out walkout by junior doctors
TTIP proponents have long argued that the NHS will not be affected by the deal. But the fact is that the UK’s healthcare services are, and always have been, on the negotiating table
If the Health Secretary’s commitment to patient safety is genuine, he must be lobbying the Chancellor very hard for extra NHS funding. Perhaps he should ‘do an IDS’