One in 10 NHS professionals are EU citizens, prompting concerns over staffing levels amid post-Brexit uncertainty
Chancellor Philip Hammond, Home Secretary Amber Rudd and Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt are among those potentially affected
The Labour leadership candidate points out that last year the health service spent £8.7bn – 8 per cent of its budget – on private firms that provide health care, more than double the £4.1bn outlay in 2009-10
'Our unity remains our strength'
'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
'Well, scumbag, enjoy the fact you were wrong you loathsome tit," says the former Conservative MP
The new Prime Minister has appointed an older, less posh and more female team than her predecessor, with a ‘ring of Brexit steel’ to protect her
‘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
A phased introduction will be rolled out between October and the end of 2017
We now face the imposition of a contract of employment that has been roundly rejected by those that will forced to serve under it, and the medical profession is in disarray
One possible candidate has listed a ‘pub price watch’ as one of his priority campaigns. Students: take from that what you will
Ms May is favoured by Tory, Labour and Lib Dem voters, while Mr Johnson is favoured by Ukip supporters
The Health Secretary said he was 'considering' joining the Conservative Party leadership race
Work and Pensions Secretary Stephen Crabb and Business Secretary Sajid Javid are reportedly considering standing on a joint ticket