It opens with around 500 beds but when at its expected full capacity of 4,000 beds, it will be the biggest hospital facility in the UK.
A new work by the elusive street artist Banksy, honoring health workers, has been unveiled at a British hospital.
Victoria Beckham has said she feels “humbled” after speaking to frontline NHS workers helping to combat the coronavirus pandemic.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is in “very good spirits” after returning to a hospital ward from intensive care but his recovery is at an early stage, his spokesman said on Friday.
Here’s a fun parlour game that could keep you busy right up until the end of January: run up a ladder, jump off that ladder and then, as you wait around for the rest of the month for an ambulance that isn’t going to turn up, keep your mind off the unbearable agony by trying to piece together whose fault all this is. An easy place to
Another day, another NHS crisis meting out its effects on women’s physical and emotional health. Latest studies suggest that there are 110,000 jobs unfilled inside the health service, and the Royal College of Nursing now says the staffing situation is jeopardising safe care for patients. Staff shortages are already
The NHS employees’ demands for a substantial pay raise with justifications and reluctance on the part of government with even more valid justifications are conflicting (“Pressure mounts on Sunak as hospital agitators turn fiercer,” Feb.7, Gulf Today website). Since NHS nurses are organised, they can present their demands collectively.
He’s a funny fellow, Boris Johnson, isn’t he? He relaxes “lockdown” too rapidly and too soon – I’m talking about the last two relaxations at least – and then starts “raging”, as the newspapers report, because not enough young folk have gotten
I wonder what the members of the cabinet are saying in their weekly Zoom calls. Beyond the bluff and bluster we are used to seeing in public, I wonder if they reflect on the things that have gone wrong throughout the coronavirus crisis.
The health secretary, Sajid Javid is “leaning towards” making vaccination against COVID-19 a condition of employment for NHS staff. Obviously any NHS staff who fall into the category clinically vulnerable and cannot take the vaccine even if they