Sunday, 27 September 2020

Tag Archives: NHS

British couple found hanged in Cambodia

SIHANOUKVILLE: A British couple have been found hanged in Cambodia with their hands bound together and an apparent suicide note blaming the NHS for ‘constantly letting us down’. The couple have been named as Robert Wells, 36, from Sunderland, and his wife Imogen Goldie, 28, from Camberwell, south London. It is ...

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Hospital car parks bring in more than £120m for NHS trusts

LONDON: NHS hospitals made more than £120m from car park charges in the past year, according to new figures. The Press Association asked 120 NHS trusts across England to give figures on parking charges and fines – 89 provided responses. More than half of those trusts are making more than ...

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18,000 physical attacks on hospital staff in Wales

WALES: Hospital staff in Wales were physically attacked more than 18,000 times while at work, figures for the last five years have revealed. The Freedom of Information data showed there were also 11,000 verbal assaults. But, by comparison, there were fewer than 4,000 physical and verbal attacks on all other ...

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UKIP leader says NHS is safe for now

Paul Nuttall has claimed privatisation of the NHS could have to be debated this century – although not while he is Ukip leader. The MEP, who has previously suggested more privatisation for the health service, said his party will be “committed to keeping the NHS in public hands and free ...

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