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Funding for pharmacists to work in care homes

19 March 2018

NHS England has announced that funding will be made available to recruit pharmacists to work in care homes to try …

No confidence vote rocks GMC

12 March 2018

The General Medical Council (GMC) has been hit with a vote of no confidence from Local Medical Committee (LMC) representatives, …

Cryptocurrencies may be used to hide assets in divorce

7 March 2018

Three cases currently going through the courts are thought to be the first instance where cryptocurrencies, such as Bitcoin, may …

First-time buyers make record comeback following fall in buy to let sector

14 February 2018

The number of first-time buyers has reached the highest level the country has seen in 11 years.

Majority of GPs voice their support for a limit on consultations

12 February 2018

Eight in ten GPs polled by a leading news site have suggested they would favour a cap on the number …

Government proposes major overhaul of modern employment practices

7 February 2018

The Government has proposed a series of measures which could significantly shake up the gig economy.

Civil marriage should be a requirement for Muslim couples marrying in the UK, review finds

6 February 2018

A Home Office review of Sharia councils in the UK has advised that Muslim couples marrying in the UK should …

Government threatens compulsory purchase powers in bid to tackle housing crisis

31 January 2018

Housing secretary Sajid Javid has said he will take action against housing developers who sit on land in a bid …

Fears that GMC decision could leave doctors reluctant to admit mistakes

29 January 2018

Doctors’ leaders are concerned that members of the medical profession may be reluctant to admit mistakes following the outcome of …

Same-sex relationships must be recognised by all EU member states, says ECJ Judge

26 January 2018

Residency rights afforded to same-sex couples must be recognised by every member of the European Union, even if a nation …