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  • Alcohol more dangerous than cannabis - Baker

    Alcohol is far more dangerous than cannabis, former Home Office minister Norman Baker has warned. Pointing to official figures showing there were only 13 deaths related to cannabis use last year compared with more than 7,000 caused by alcohol, the Lib Dem MP said there is “hysteria” over drug use in the UK but warned tha...

Disability

MenCap: Political system excludes people with a learning disability

MenCap press release 1 in 5 people with a learning disability turned away at polling stations In a new survey published today, Mencap reveals that people with a ...

Health Professionals

Hunt says he took children to A&E to avoid GP wait

Jeremy Hunt has admitted taking his children to A&E instead of a GP surgery, in apparent contradiction of advice from his own department. The Department of Healt...

NHS

PMQs: Cameron and Miliband go head-to-head over the NHS

David Cameron and Ed Miliband have once again traded blows over the health service, in a session of Prime Minister's Questions focusing heavily on NHS policy. Th...

Pharmaceuticals

Liberal Democrats propose new approach on drugs​ and crime

Liberal Democrat press release Liberal Democrats propose new approach on drugs​ and crime The Liberal Democrats have today passed new party policy which would ...

Public Health

Hunt says he took children to A&E to avoid GP wait

Jeremy Hunt has admitted taking his children to A&E instead of a GP surgery, in apparent contradiction of advice from his own department. The Department of Healt...

Social Care

Liz Kendall: Report on disabled care should have gone further

Liz Kendall said today's report on care for people with learning disabilities should have gone further. "I’d actually like to have seen the report go further and ...

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