News archive from 28 May 2013, page 13

Increase in dementia-trained staff

The number of NHS staff with dementia training will reach 100,000 by March next year under a shake-up of medical education in England. Measures to tackle a historic shortage in medics specialising in accident and emergency are also included in the...

 

Dimbleby backs older women on TV

TV veteran David Dimbleby has criticised the BBC and other broadcasters for demeaning older women. The commentator and presenter, 74, was catapulted into the debate about sexism at the BBC when former newsreader Anna Ford branded him a "charming...

 

Ukip 'set for European poll boost'

Nigel Farage's UK Independence Party (Ukip) is on course for further success in next year's European elections, according to a new poll. The survey found that 27% of those certain to vote in the 2014 contest would support Ukip, with Labour on 23% and...

 

Cold 'keeps basking sharks away'

Chillier seas could be keeping basking sharks away from UK waters, marine experts say. The Marine Conservation Society (MCS) said it has received hardly any reports of sightings so far this year and it may be down to the cooler than average...

 

Ukip 'set for European poll boost'

Nigel Farage's UK Independence Party (Ukip) is on course for further success in next year's European elections, according to a new poll. The survey found that 27% of those certain to vote in the 2014 contest would support Ukip, with Labour on 23% and...

 

Cold 'keeps basking sharks away'

Chillier seas could be keeping basking sharks away from UK waters, marine experts say. The Marine Conservation Society (MCS) said it has received hardly any reports of sightings so far this year and it may be down to the cooler than average...

 

Payday lenders 'out of control'

Fresh evidence of "out of control" payday lenders failing to act responsibly and hounding people for money has been released by a debt advice charity. Citizens Advice said it had seen cases in recent months which included payday lending to...

 

Cold 'keeps basking sharks away'

Chillier seas could be keeping basking sharks away from UK waters, marine experts say. The Marine Conservation Society (MCS) said it has received hardly any reports of sightings so far this year and it may be down to the cooler than average...

 

Cold 'keeps basking sharks away'

Chillier seas could be keeping basking sharks away from UK waters, marine experts say. The Marine Conservation Society (MCS) said it has received hardly any reports of sightings so far this year and it may be down to the cooler than average...

 

Dimbleby backs older women on TV

TV veteran David Dimbleby has criticised the BBC and other broadcasters for demeaning older women. The commentator and presenter, 74, was catapulted into the debate about sexism at the BBC when former newsreader Anna Ford branded him a "charming...

 

Increase in dementia-trained staff

The number of NHS staff with dementia training will reach 100,000 by March next year under a shake-up of medical education in England. Measures to tackle a historic shortage in medics specialising in accident and emergency are also included in the...

 

Increase in dementia-trained staff

The number of NHS staff with dementia training will reach 100,000 by March next year under a shake-up of medical education in England. Measures to tackle a historic shortage in medics specialising in accident and emergency are also included in the...

 

Increase in dementia-trained staff

The number of NHS staff with dementia training will reach 100,000 by March next year under a shake-up of medical education in England. Measures to tackle a historic shortage in medics specialising in accident and emergency are also included in the...

 

Increase in dementia-trained staff

The number of NHS staff with dementia training will reach 100,000 by March next year under a shake-up of medical education in England. Measures to tackle a historic shortage in medics specialising in accident and emergency are also included in the...

 

Payday lenders 'out of control'

Fresh evidence of "out of control" payday lenders failing to act responsibly and hounding people for money has been released by a debt advice charity. Citizens Advice said it had seen cases in recent months which included payday lending to...

 


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