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West Midlands homecarers face allegations

West Midlands homecarers face allegations Barbara Warr, from the labour body, said: "I think we should put this in the context that most homecare is very high attribute and most people receiving homecare are satisfied with the care they receive." She added, however, that the loads of

Patients desperate for cystic fibrosis drug Kalydeco to be free on NHS

But that is not event, says the IPIG, because primary care trusts simply haven't the economic muscle to continue to pay for the expensive treatment. Yet health service paymasters aspect an It is as close as you can get to a cure, it suppresses

MPs debate Children's Cardiac Surgery (Glenfield)

Responding to a cogitation on 'Children's Cardiac Surgery (Glenfield)', True-blue Health Minister Anna Soubry said councils had a to be honest to challenge the decision of the Joint Committee of Primary Care Trusts (JCPCT), adding that Trim Secretary Jeremy

Confident 3-1 win over Solihull Moors eases Leyton Orient fears in first home game of National League season

O’s boss Steve Davis kept faith, as he hinted he might, with the same formation and starting eleven that lost at Sutton United on Saturday, despite the measly fact that Orient had just one shot on target - a statistic they matched after just seven minutes here.

Orient were successful in landing a momentum boosting first National League victory, but in truth their opponents represented something of an unknown quantity after Solihull Moors’ opening game against Chester was called off at the eleventh hour on Friday owing to safety concerns.

Playing in front of a rejuvenated home support sporting their highest season ticket numbers in 16 years was always likely to lift the Orient players.

And the O's do not have the feel of a club down on their luck following relegation, something which seemed to translate to the players who were in confident mood in E10.

Perhaps the only disappointment was the fact Orient were not home and dry by half-time having created a series of chances, only for misfortune to befall them on more than one occasion.