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A Treasury minister has denied reports the Government is considering a "death tax" to help fund social care. Jane Ellison said "no" to Labour former health secretary Andy Burnham when he asked whether the Tories were pursuing a similar scheme to that mooted by Labour ahead of the 2010 general…
A baby who suffered 47 broken bones and was shaken to death was "mistreated" for having a deformity, a court heard. Mohammed Miah, 37, and Rebeka Nazmin, 31, are on trial at the Old Bailey, accused of murdering their three-month-old son Rifat Mohammed in July last year. Over his 13…
A study by seven British universities has revealed significant inequalities in child welfare across the UK, with children in the poorest areas 10 times more likely than those in the least deprived to become involved in the child protection system. Researchers found ‘strong social gradients’ in the rates of intervention…
NHS doctors' experiences of "grave pressure" they face while working in the health service have been laid bare in a new report. The Royal College of Physicians (RCP) said its document shows that doctors are facing "bed shortages, staff shortages and a lack of resources" while working on the NHS…
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