Over a decade after his death, Jimmy Savile’s crimes continue to haunt the nation.
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In focusing on Savile as an individual, this investigation downplays the role Britain’s major institutions played in producing his celebrity icon mask.
The NHS’ aims are commendable, but there’s a long way to go to achieve them.
For the NHS to achieve net zero, it needs to sort out its supply chains and prioritise community health.
Greater focus on preventing cancer including a more personalised screening programme could make a real difference, one expert argues.
With COVID isolation scrapped in England, it’s unclear what’s next for the NHS’s much-discussed app.
COVID is exacerbating, but isn’t the root cause of, the NHS’s current crisis.
The deaths of huge numbers of the elderly in our care homes due to COVID-19 made clear the need to integrate our health and social care services. Here’s what needs to be done.
There are some misconceptions about what the four hour target actually means.
Given many departments fall short of the target, it’s time to re-think how A&E departments deliver care.
New reports suggest over 8 per cent of care worker roles are currently unfilled.
Social care has long been the healthcare system’s poor cousin. Will the UK government’s new plans to reform the system succeed where others have not?
Making vaccination mandatory for NHS staff is likely to leave hospitals struggling, says an expert
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Differential treatment is not, necessarily, discrimination.
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Vacancy rates in the care worker sector have now risen above pre-pandemic levels.
The UK’s mental health model is broken.
How to raise taxes and be Conservative at the same time.
Boris Johnson is raising national insurance for employees and employers to help pay for the NHS and social care.
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Some economists think it should be replaced.
Trying to be iron and quicksilver at the same time.
With an ageing population, pandemic recovery and climate emergency in the in-tray, social care is not the only thing the chancellor has to finance.
As hundreds of thousands of people are “pinged” by the NHS track and trace app, how can employers cope with staff shortages?
Spinal muscula atrophy causes muscle wasting and loss of control, usually starting in infancy.
Spinal muscular dystrophy affects at least 1 in 10,000 people, but new drugs have given hope to those suffering from this rare disease.
A brief guide for customers and businesses.
The first ransomware attack, in 1988, was a crude effort involving virus-laden floppy disks. But in the decades since, the sophistication of malware, and the money reaped by criminals, has skyrocketed.
The new NHS data-sharing plan suffers from the same flaws that saw previous schemes scrapped.