MPs have backed a tax hike to boost funds for dealing with the NHS treatment backlog and to reform social care in England.
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Nicola Sturgeon has said the Scottish government will restart work on a “detailed prospectus” for independence ahead of a second referendum on the matter.
The NHS in England will receive an extra £5.4bn over the next six months in order to help deal with the impact of COVID-19, the… Read More »NHS to receive extra £5.4bn to help deal with backlogs created by COVID
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has urged the government to grant military medals to those British troops involved in the evacuation of Afghanistan last month.
Concern at the top of government over a rise to national insurance has spilled into the open after a senior minister suggested that voters would… Read More »Jacob Rees-Mogg fires warning shot over national insurance hike to fund social care
Demanding all NHS staff have the coronavirus jab is not necessary with workers already overwhelmingly “doing the right thing”, a leading health organisation has said.
Labour tells govt to ‘get a grip’ on supply chain crisis – and says ‘incompetence’ is behind flu jab shortage
Government “incompetence” is to blame for the shortage of flu vaccines, the shadow business minister has told Sky News.