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NHS commissioning groups already restricting access to care, survey reveals

NHS commissioning groups already restricting access to care, survey reveals

Patients are being denied treatment for hernias, cataracts and infertility because the new GP-led groups that control £65bn of NHS funding are imposing new restrictions on access to care, research …

Prince Charles’s letters to ministers to remain private, court rules

Prince Charles’s letters to ministers to remain private, court rules

Judges have ruled that the public has no right to read documents that would reveal how Prince Charles has sought to alter government policies.

Three high court judges have have …

Clegg hit by cover-up claims over charity linked to wife which received £12million Government grant

Clegg hit by cover-up claims over charity linked to wife which received £12million Government grant

Nick Clegg was accused last night of mounting a Whitehall cover-up over claims that he helped fast-track Government funds for a charity linked to his …

Jillings Report: Abuse ‘still not being tackled’ at children’s homes in Wales, 17 years after report was suppressed

Jillings Report: Abuse ‘still not being tackled’ at children’s homes in Wales, 17 years after report was suppressed

Campaigners have warned that the authorities are still failing to tackle the epidemic of child abuse in Britain following the publication of …

MPs use children to claim more expenses

MPs use children to claim more expenses

The Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (Ipsa) has given the MPs special dispensation to claim higher expenses to rent bigger properties and to pay for their children’s travel.

The rules were relaxed in 2011

Taxpayers billed £73,000 to ‘coach’ the man with no shame and two colleagues ahead of grilling by MPs over NHS IT system disaster

Taxpayers billed £73,000 to ‘coach’ the man with no shame and two colleagues ahead of grilling by MPs over NHS IT system disaster

TAXPAYERS were billed more than £73,000 for consultants to help prepare beleaguered NHS chief Sir David Nicholson …

A&E patients being forced to wait in ambulances for up to eight hours because of lack of beds

A&E patients being forced to wait in ambulances for up to eight hours because of lack of beds

Patients are being kept in ambulances for up to eight hours because there are not enough beds in A&E, figures show.

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Post Office executives and managers share £15million bonus pot as branches struggle to survive

Post Office executives and managers share £15million bonus pot as branches struggle to survive

Post Office executives and managers are being paid £15.4million in bonuses – as many sub-postmasters see their incomes slashed.

More than £2million was shared between just …

UNESCO supports freedom of information in Morocco

UNESCO supports freedom of information in Morocco

UNESCO’s Office in Rabat supports the Moroccan Network of Civil Society Groups for Access to Information (REMDI) in their advocacy and awareness-raising campaign for freedom of information (FOI).

As an integral part of

Safety fears over elite police officers drunk on duty at UK’s nuclear sites

Safety fears over elite police officers drunk on duty at UK’s nuclear sites

Police officers with the elite force that guards Britain’s nuclear power stations have been caught drunk, using drugs, misusing firearms and also accused of sexual harassment and

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