It is no exaggeration to state that if we take our foot off the pedal now, we risk a widespread resurgence of a disease that we have worked so hard to defeat.
Moving away from animal research is both effective and popular – here are eight steps in the right direction the Government should take.
Dementia is currently the leading cause of death in the UK. This is likely to rise further as the number of people living with dementia is expected to increase from 883,000 to 1.6 million by 2040.
The Betting and Gaming Council want Britain to carry on boasting a truly world class betting and gaming industry.
Flirting with repealing the ban tripped up both Theresa May and Jeremy Hunt. Will any of today’s wannabes make the same mistake?
With the right policies to unlock investment, Drax can help make Britain a world-leader in this next-generation technology.
Our focus groups in Wakefield are a wake-up call for the Government: responsible adults neither want nor need nannying.
It would divert resources from effective third-sector charities and place unnecessary extra pressure on the NHS.
It was always short-sighted to suggest aid spending prioritised helped foreign people at the expense of those struggling in Britain.
This world-leading, multi-billion pound industry yields hundreds of millions in tax revenue and supports tens of thousands of jobs.
The next operator must address falling receipts, an ageing player base, and reduced funds for good causes.
It will restrict consumer choice, damage the economy, and alienate trade partners whilst doing nothing to drive up standards.
The work the regulated industry is doing to promote safer gambling is having an effect.
Understandably, there is a desire to make this a good Christmas after last year. But these carry huge risks.