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Ms Williams says the NHS needs protecting
These letters were published in the 7th October edition of The Independent
Politically, he is a cosmetic surgeon who sees his calling as putting the best possible face on the ugly
The Health Secretary says the move would save money and improve patient safety at the same time
The Health Secretary is appealing to junior doctors not to stage their first nationwide strike in more than three decades
'Junior doctors are the most hard working and in some ways the most under-valued employees in the NHS - they are taking the strain on the front line week in, week out'
Is the right of any woman to give birth a priority that supersedes the funding of costly drugs that can prolong life for all and reduce the impact of dementia?
This new NHS measure puts lives at risk merely to incentivise doctors to land personal windfalls
Doctors who work anti-social hours will be paid less
UNISON survey finds 'chronic' understaffing is driving health employees to 'the very end of their tethers'
More than 100 women have been identified as potential recipients of donor wombs
He talked about austerity, housing, the NHS and human rights in Saudi Arabia - but there was no mention of the deficit
Helen Birtwhistle said service users were best placed to tell health service bosses where improvements needed to be made
- Threat of industrial action over Government proposals which could cause pay cuts
- Doctors warn new contract will lead to them being over-worked and put patient care at risk
The Scottish government has rejected the new contract proposals by Westminster, meaning doctors in Scotland will not be affected by any reforms to pay and conditions
Scabies is spreading like wildfire