The chief executive of the NHS Confederation in England has called on the Government to bring back restrictions to protect hospitals from the rising number of coronavirus cases.
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F1 Mourns Death Of 'True Giant Of Our Sport' Williams
Motor racing boss Frank Williams has died, the team which bears his name revealed yesterday.
Sturgeon: Slowing Spread Is Top Priority
The First Minister will make her keynote SNP conference address today – and will urge Scots to redouble efforts to prevent the spread of Covid.
Travel Ban To Halt Spread Of Variant
Sturgeon could act 'within days'. Third Omicron case found in the UK
And it's getting even colder...
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Tilly praises pro-partner Nikita after Strictly boot
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Heroic lone PC fought off knife attacker
Claire among 8 officers honoured át awards
Sackings urged over child death claims
ANAS Sarwar has written to Nicola Sturgeon to repeat his demand that she sacks health board chiefs over claims about two more child deaths linked to infections at a hospital.
Newlyweds fall foul of South African red list
A NEWLYWED couple landed in Cape Town for their £7000 honeymoon only to find out they will have to fly back to the UK and immediately isolate.
KEV'S ON TOUR
Scots funnyman announces new stand-up show for 2022
BoJo's bridge would've cost £335BILLION
Crossing 16 times more expensive than estimate
JLR's Covid help
JLR joins the fray ...
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Hospital chiefs Anxiety and belief in ability to handle surge
How much of a threat does the emergence of Omicron pose to the NHS? Among hospital bosses there is a curious combination of apprehension that the new variant could lead to a surge in infections but also a battle-weary belief, borne of negotiating the previous waves, that they can handle a potentially major spike in people left seriously ill with Covid.
Schools told to offer on-site Covid testing after holidays
Secondary schools should test pupils for coronavirus on their return from the Christmas holidays, the government has said. The Department for Education (DfE) emailed schools on Friday urging them order a sufficient number of lateral flow tests by Tuesday to ensure that they can test pupils on site after they come back in January.
50,000 missed cancer cases
True treatment backlog yet to hit the NHS, says charity
It's not a health and care bill, more a corporate takeover
The pandemic has shown how interconnected and interdependent public health and economic health are.
NHS scheme to cut down on overnight admissions hit by staff and bed shortages
A flagship NHS scheme to reduce pressure on hospitals has “stalled” due to a lack of beds and staff shortages, The Independent can reveal.
Christmas Delay festive plan ning, experts urge
As Christmas approached in 2020, it was not a Dickensian spirit but the specter of Covid that haunted households up and down the UK.
It's disgraceful that overseas NHS workers could still be forced to pay for healthcare
Ahead of the Tories’ latest attempt to open up our health service to big money, we know that hundreds of thousands of people in our country are already forced to pay to use the NHS.
Doctor who spent months apart from family on NHS front line dies from Covid
Dr Irfan Halim collapsed on shift and was in intensive care for nine weeks (GoFundMe)