The major parties prepare to do battle over the NHS in May
By Hannah Pluthero ?2 billion of 'extra funding' for front line NHS services was recently announced by the government as part of the Autumn Statement but, despite this being a widely welcomed move, the Chancellor has come under fire from the Labour Party for massaging the figures as some ?750 million of the cash is […]
firstlight gar till Goteborg*
*firstlight does Gothenburg Blog by Iain Alexander After weeks – nay, months – of fevered speculation at Cowcross Studios as to the destination of the fabled (some would say infamous; others, notorious) firstlight strategic off-site, it had been revealed in early November that talk of a two-day tour of the roundabouts of Milton Keynes had […]
The dawn of personalised medicine?
Jeremy Hunt's speech at today's King's Fund AGM calling on the NHS to "embrace the technology revolution" and learn lessons from sectors such as on-line banking, was surely welcome news to patients the length and breath of the country. Being a man of a certain age, with a healthy interest in less than healthy pursuits, […]