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The Welsh Government has recently opened a consultation on proposals that would see letting agents and landlords, including park owners renting park homes, banned from charging fees to tenants in the private rented sector. The consultation is seeking the views…Read more
Four babies a week are brain damaged by NHS blunders which begs the question is enough being done to address these issues?
I act for many children who have been injured at birth including circumstances where criticisms focus on the delay or failure of medical staff to deliver by caesarean section. It must be remembered however that a C section is a…Read more
National Maternity and Perinatal Audit Report Says Shortage of Doctors and Midwives is Putting Lives at Risk
The first report from the National Maternity and Perinatal Audit (NMPA) was published today. The inquiry was undertaken jointly by the royal colleges representing Obstetricians, midwives and paediatricians, and academics from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Health and…Read more
On Tuesday, the Guardian dramatically claimed that the voluntary trustee model was “killing” charities. While Asheem Singh raised some valid points, his emphatic piece did seem reminiscent of a script from Mission Impossible, with Tom Cruise emerging from a pile…Read more
Methotrexate has a long history of use in the treatment of various immunologic diseases, including rheumatoid arthritis and psoriasis. Although the drug is usually prescribed by a specialist, such as a Rheumatologist, a GP may assume responsibility for monitoring Methotrexate…Read more