It’s been revealed that only a quarter of the 69 newly promised NHS diagnostic centres announced by the health secretary last month are really open. On February 8, Sajid Javid informedParliament that dozens of “newcommunity diagnostic clinics” have“already opened across … Continue reading Where are all the promised Community Diagnostic Centres?
The number of civilians killed in Ukraine’s war continues to rise. The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) has counted 1,663 civilian deaths and injuries in the country, with 596 people killed and 1,067 injured (From 24 February to … Continue reading UN calls for Medical Facilities offered during the War in Ukraine
Government update from Chief Medical Officers on Level 4 Threat increase Update Amidst rumour that there may be a Plan C introduction of COVID-19 & Omicron transmission increases and the seething anger from not only Conservative backbenchers, the opposition parties … Continue reading UK at Level 4 Covid-19 Threat
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson set out plans on Tuesday, this week, to raise taxes on workers, employers, and some investors to try to fix a health and social care funding crisis, angering some in his party by breaking an … Continue reading PM Delivers Health & Social Care Reforms at Increased 1.25% N.I. Levy
William Griffith Wilson (November 26, 1895 – January 24, 1971), also known as Bill Wilson or Bill W., was the co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA). AA is an international mutual aid fellowship with about 2 million members worldwide belonging to … Continue reading The Gift of Hope
More countries pause AstraZeneca vaccine rollout amid fears arising from a small number of cases (40) of possible blood clotting and a possible vaccine shortage and calls for greater two way vaccine exchange between UK and Europe. Over the past … Continue reading European Countries Halt AstraZeneca Vaccine Rollout amid vaccine shortage