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The severe shortage of beds for children and young people with serious mental health problems means that they are being treated as far as 285 miles away from their homes, … Read more

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The Court of Appeal has granted the campaign group, 999 Call for the NHS, permission to appeal a judicial review ruling it lost against NHS England in May. The campaign … Read more

Ashford and St Peter’s Foundation Trust threatened to serve notice on an operational agreement with BMI Healthcare under which the trust provides some services to the company’s Runnymede Hospital, which … Read more

Last weekend tens of thousands of NHS staff, patients and campaigners marched to Westminster in protest against the underfunding of the NHS and the privatisation of many health services in … Read more

Patients should be charged for GP and hospital visits, leading doctors say. The British Medical Association (BMA) will vote next week on whether to lobby the Government to introduce alternative … Read more

Hospital trusts are spending millions of pounds setting up arm’s-length private companies, which health unions fear will turn staff transferred into them into “second-class employees”. Fifteen trusts in England have … Read more

The NHS is spending millions on private companies that stop GPs referring patients to hospitals, an investigation has revealed. Controversial “referral management centres” are supposed to cut costs and improve the quality of GP … Read more

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