News archive from 24 June 2013

NHS scandals show 'rotten' culture

A health minister and qualified doctor said recent NHS scandals were the sign of a "rotten" culture which needed to be tackled. Dan Poulter said "institutional secrecy" was put ahead of patient safety in hospitals and at the Care...

 

Osborne reaches deal on budget cuts

Chancellor George Osborne has reached agreement with Cabinet colleagues over the extent of cuts to their budgets. Over the weekend Defence Secretary Philip Hammond and Business Secretary Vince Cable settled on the extent of their departments'...

 

NHS scandals show 'rotten' culture

A health minister and qualified doctor said recent NHS scandals were the sign of a "rotten" culture which needed to be tackled. Dan Poulter said "institutional secrecy" was put ahead of patient safety in hospitals and at the Care...

 

NHS scandals show 'rotten' culture

A health minister and qualified doctor said recent NHS scandals were the sign of a "rotten" culture which needed to be tackled. Dan Poulter said "institutional secrecy" was put ahead of patient safety in hospitals and at the Care...

 

Osborne reaches deal on budget cuts

Chancellor George Osborne has reached agreement with Cabinet colleagues over the extent of cuts to their budgets. Over the weekend Defence Secretary Philip Hammond and Business Secretary Vince Cable settled on the extent of their departments'...

 

NHS scandals show 'rotten' culture

A health minister and qualified doctor said recent NHS scandals were the sign of a "rotten" culture which needed to be tackled. Dan Poulter said "institutional secrecy" was put ahead of patient safety in hospitals and at the Care...

 

Osborne reaches deal on budget cuts

Chancellor George Osborne has reached agreement with Cabinet colleagues over the extent of cuts to their budgets. Over the weekend Defence Secretary Philip Hammond and Business Secretary Vince Cable settled on the extent of their departments'...

 

NHS scandals show 'rotten' culture

A health minister and qualified doctor said recent NHS scandals were the sign of a "rotten" culture which needed to be tackled. Dan Poulter said "institutional secrecy" was put ahead of patient safety in hospitals and at the Care...

 

Osborne reaches deal on budget cuts

Chancellor George Osborne has reached agreement with Cabinet colleagues over the extent of cuts to their budgets. Over the weekend Defence Secretary Philip Hammond and Business Secretary Vince Cable settled on the extent of their departments'...

 

NHS scandals show 'rotten' culture

A health minister and qualified doctor said recent NHS scandals were the sign of a "rotten" culture which needed to be tackled. Dan Poulter said "institutional secrecy" was put ahead of patient safety in hospitals and at the Care...

 

NHS scandals show 'rotten' culture

A health minister and qualified doctor said recent NHS scandals were the sign of a "rotten" culture which needed to be tackled. Dan Poulter said "institutional secrecy" was put ahead of patient safety in hospitals and at the Care...

 
Starbucks pays £5m corporation tax to UK

Starbucks pays £5m corporation tax to UK

TAX campaigners have called on Starbucks to "repay its debt" to the UK in full after the global coffee giant revealed it had made its first corporation tax payment to UK authorities in five years - of £5 million. Starbucks – which along with...

Scotsman, 00:06 in Hot News
 
Scottish independence: ‘Own currency needed if Yes’

Scottish independence: ‘Own currency needed if Yes’

AN eminent economist has called for Scotland to set up its own currency if it backs independence next year, warning that plans to be part of a sterling zone could have "unpleasant consequences for employment and output in Scotland"....

Scotsman, 00:06 in Hot News
 
‘Red tape and lack of time’ stopping NHS improvement

‘Red tape and lack of time’ stopping NHS improvement

DOCTORS believe they are being held back from making improvements to NHS services due to excessive red tape and a lack of time, research shows. A survey by the British Medical Association, whose annual conference begins today in Edinburgh, found that...

Scotsman, 00:06 in Hot News
 
Father of abducted girl hopes to see her marry Forrest

Father of abducted girl hopes to see her marry Forrest

TEACHER Jeremy Forrest plans to marry the schoolgirl he abducted, and her father said he would be "proud" to walk her down the aisle. The girl, who has written to the Scots-born teacher’s parents to declare her love for their son, intends to...

Scotsman, 00:06 in Hot News
 


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