Millions must get Covid and flu jabs to avoid winter 'twindemic'
'If you are offered a jab, please come forward.'
Reeves: I’ll reverse abolition of 45% income tax rate to fund NHS staffing surge
The shadow chancellor said a Labour administration would also implement the “biggest expansion of medical school places in British history”.
GPs would have to offer patients face-to-face appointments under Labour plan
Shadow Health Secretary Wes Streeting will make the pledge at the party's conference in Liverpool on Wednesday
Workers begin second eight-day strike at Port of Felixstowe
Around 1,900 members of Unite walked out at 7am on Tuesday, following a similar strike last month in a dispute over pay.
Health Secretary pledges to tackle GP access and keep A&E target
Therese Coffey said a range of workers will be used to ease the burden on GPs.
Tax cut bonanza in bid to stop the economic rot
Britain must break the “vicious cycle of stagnation”, Kwasi Kwarteng will say tomorrow as he announces £50 billion of tax cuts to encourage economic growth.T
What is in Thérèse Coffey’s new NHS plan?
Key details from the launch of ‘our plan for patients’ by the health and social care secretary
Who is Dido Harding, the head of England's new public health body?
Baroness Dido Harding has been chosen to head a new organisation responsible for dealing with pandemics.
Is the Oxford comma really a political priority? | The Week UK
Health Secretary Thérèse Coffey has taken a stance against ‘one of the most controversial punctuation marks in history’
MPs should have to walk in weary nurses’ shoes | Letters
Letters: Drusilla Long praises NHS workers and supports potential strike action by them, and Bill Kingdom suggests empathy training for MPs. Plus Alan Kembery and Chris Osman lament a health service starved of adequate funding
Have funerals been cancelled amid concerns for services on day Queen is laid to rest
Families have had their funerals postponed or rescheduled to avoiding clashing with the monarch’s farewell, writes Thomas Kingsley
People aged 65 and over urged to book Covid-19 booster jab
Bookings can be done online or over the phone as long as the person had their last Covid jab at least three months ago.
Number of patients stuck in beds but fit to leave hospital on rise – NHS data
New NHS figures show a rise in delayed discharges from hospital.
Health leaders warn of busy winter for NHS as they call on PM to take action
Liz Truss has ‘inherited an NHS and social care system in its most challenged state for decades’, health leaders have warned.
Can Therese Coffey deliver her NHS A, B, C and D?
The new health secretary has set out her priorities, but achieving them will be difficult.
London NHS winter crisis plan risks doubling up patients on wards
Exclusive: London trusts move to reduce ambulance delays as health secretary says this is the NHS’s ‘number one priority’
Ambulance waits ‘number one winter priority’ for NHS – Barclay
The Health Secretary also suggested he wanted to ‘stimulate a conversation’ about bureaucracy within the health service.
Hospitals facing paying extra £2,000,000 a month for energy bills
It is the latest crisis to hit the NHS and could impact patient care.
Review into Nottingham NHS maternity failings launches
Families are urged to take part in the review being conducted by influential midwife Donna Ockenden.
Advanced cyber-attack: NHS doctors' paperwork piles up
They say it could take months to clear the backlog caused by a continuing cyber-attack.
"This is just not safe for anyone": the NHS doctors at breaking point
Medics explain how relentless scrutiny and gruelling hours are driving them to leave the profession.
Hospitals and schools fear energy bills staff cuts - but still Truss has no plan
Head teachers and NHS bosses have warned they will have to cut staff to pay school and hospital energy bills.
Fixing the NHS - a near impossible job for new PM?
The health service is on its knees, doctors say, but there are no easy solutions to the problems.
Doctors’ pensions: Labour would abolish cap, says Wes Streeting
Scrapping of ‘crazy’ cap that leads to early retirements would ‘inevitably save lives’, says shadow health secretary
British teeth getting worse as 2m fewer people go to NHS dentists
The number of adults seen by NHS dentists has dropped by two million over the past two years in England as health leaders warn the service is “on its last legs”