The the 5p charge introduced in 2015 has been spectacularly successful, plastic bag consumption has fallen by 85 per cent, and £58m has been donated to good causes.
Gaffes are damaging, but it’s a lack of resources that’s hindering attempts to prevent suicide.
Known locally as the “Valley Soldiers”, the users are buff men with an image-conscious lifestyle centred around the gym, eating high-protein diets and using Ipeds.
Horrifying, mysterious and sentient, our guts are the link between life and death – and if we understood their power we might be happier
The actor and entrepreneur needs to take responsibility for the health of those who see salvation in her alternatives.
As academics link national and international instability to suicide, the EU referendum’s impact on our wellbeing is starting to become clear.
Sylvia could have been anywhere in the world, but she gave hope to Hanna, lost in Britain and ashamed to go back home.
A policy that blows.
Whether it’s an attack from the right or being wrapped in cotton wool by the left, both sides speak over and for us – but neither pays any attention.
The Health Secretary’s enthusiasm for “GP at Hand”, a smartphone app, suggests he’s forgotten that we’ve been here before with NHS 111.
Using some of the £20.5bn to fund social care would help save the health service money.