I teach my registrars to be aware how a consultation is making them feel: that can give valuable clues to the patient’s own emotional state.
Ed Miliband can avoid a damaging split between his party's "beer drinkers" and "wine drinkers" on immigration, if he doesn't just rely on economic arguments.
Primary care providers need to offer services that reflect different needs, potentially opting to specialise for one group or another.
The Labour leader has doubled-down on his strategy of painting Cameron as the friend of the rich and himself as the friend of poor.
As the Labour party promises 1,000 new border guards, and more benefits curbs for migrants, is it entering a race to “toughen” up on EU migrants?
Child abuse is a cancer in our society and one that we can no longer treat with light touch regulation.
The European Space Agency shows what Britain, France, Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, and 10 other European countries can achieve working together.
A former popstar's attack on the Labour leader's tax proposals could help him out.
Amid rising structural inequality, average earners are treading water. Regressive austerity politics has lulled the middle classes into a state of passive forbearance.
The Tories are in a better position on paper, but Ashcroft’s polls show the swing to Labour is far greater.
The former popstar Myleene Klass took the Labour leader to task on his tax proposals on ITV's The Agenda, telling him: "You can't just point at things and tax them" and that £2m - the mansion tax threshold - would only buy a "garage".
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