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Government consultation on “Opt Out” organ donation closes in 9 days

The Department of Health is responsible for a public consultation on the existing legislative system for organ donation in England. The DOH’s role is to provide a reliable source of information and to continue to champion the crucial role organ donation plays in reducing unnecessary deaths caused by a shortage of donors. The aim of […]

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Breaking up of Heathrow “Monopoly” proposed during Consultation Period

A 10-week public consultation on Heathrow’s expansion plans is currently under way, making it possible for participants to offer their opinions on all key issues the expansion would create, as well as give their views on proposals such as re-routing part of the M25 through a tunnel and using a raised runway. Consequences such as […]

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Stephen Hawking joined by several prominent public figures in fight to ensure potential significant change to NHS is subject to a proper public consultation

Melvyn Bragg, Richard Eyre, David Lascelles, David Owen, Jonathan Pryce, Ken Loach, Rebecca O’Brien, Paul Laverty, John McCarthy, Alan Bennett andHelena Kennedy have all joined Professor Stephen Hawking in the fight against what they see as an unscrutinised americanisation of our health service, reports The Guardian. The introduction of US-originated accountable care organisations (ACOs) to the […]

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