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    The Home Office has given the go-ahead for police officers to use a new test to catch drivers under the influence of drugs. Roadside kits will reveal whether drivers have taken illegal drugs, so-called ‘legal highs’, or strong prescription medications. Policing Minister Mike Penning described driving while on drugs as...

Disability

Labour: Report makes depressing reading for disabled people - Kate Green

Labour press release Kate Green MP, Labour's Shadow Minister for Disabled People, responding to DisabledGo's audit of high street access for people with disabilit...

Health Professionals

Citizens Advice: Younger adults more likely to turn to walk-in centres and A&E

Citizens Advice press release People aged 18-34 are more than twice as likely to go to A&E or an NHS walk-in centre when they can't see a GP compared with those a...

NHS

Keith Willett: Nothing has been agreed on ambulance changes

Keith Willett said nothing had been agreed on changes to the ambulance system and it will be an entirely clinical decision. "No, absolutely nothing has been agree...

Pharmaceuticals

Sarah Wollaston: Saatchi bill is a quacks' charter

Sarah Wollaston warned that Lord Saatchi's Medical Innovation Bill was unnecessary and would provide a defence for quack doctors peddling outlandish treatments, sayi...

Public Health

Hunt and Burnham trade blows on A&E stats

Jeremy Hunt has accused Labour of seeking to “undermine” the efforts of NHS staff by criticising the Government’s running of the health service. The Opposition f...

Social Care

Paul Burstow: Give some of £2bn health funding boost to social care

Paul Burstow called for some of the extra £2bn funding announced for the NHS to be distributed to social care, after criticising standards of home care. “First, w...

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