Fabric might be reopening, but almost 45 per cent of Britain’s clubs have closed since 2005.
An important psychiatric unit in Lancaster has been closed to female patients – a move that is especially galling because we are so used to being told that segregation by sex is obsolete in these brave new postmodern times.
Harry Leslie Smith, a 91-year-old RAF veteran born into an impoverished mining family, recalls a Britain without a welfare state.
The febrile atmosphere of the mid-term elections has turned the response to the disease into a way of playing politics.
The NHS needs a highly personalised and co-productive approach that calls on the creative collaboration of individuals, families and communities.
A metamorphosis is taking place; a mutation of the NHS from a public service into a lucrative marketplace.
The Daily Mail and Prime Minister peddling myths about the Welsh NHS won't work in their favour.
Atul Gawande argues that medicine has skewed our attitude to mortality. The neurosurgeon Henry Marsh reviews.
Why are we intent on fixing our lens on the chaotic? And why do we insist on trying to weave a grand narrative out of mostly unrelated things? asks the US Ambassador to Britain.
At least 200 health workers have been infected with ebola and 90 have died, according to the latest government figures, yet pay is modest. Last week they staged a two-day strike.
Being able to resist a treat at the age of five is a strong predictor of success: you are more likely to perform well at school and report high self-worth and less likely to become obese, develop addictions or get divorced, found Walter Mischel.
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