It would be to all our benefit if our healthcare system played a less dramatic role in our elections; it has been a political football for too long.
The Health and Care Bill threatens to stifle on the ground innovation in the health service.
The vote on the ‘pills by post’ amendment to the Health and Care Bill passed with little fanfare for legislation with moral implications.
215 MPs voted last night to amend the Health and Care Bill to keep the scheme, introduced at the start of the pandemic.
The lesson of the Charlie Gard tragedy is that a balanced mediation service is a better way forward.
The latest twist in the running battle over getting ‘Legislative Consent Motions’ sees the Territorial Offices overruled.
At present, the temptation is too great to linger in lucrative locum work rather than commit to a place and a specialism.