Boris Johnson has conceded NHS waiting times are “unacceptable” in the face of demands from Jeremy Corbyn for action to help patients.
Environmentalists have reacted angrily to claims by a Government minister that people should not cut down on flights in the face of the climate emergency.
The four-hour A&E waiting time target could be scrapped after the NHS in England recorded its worst figure on record, the Health Secretary has hinted.
The Government will use £40 million to help cut the “ridiculous” waste of time caused by slow computer logins plaguing NHS staff.
Healthcare workers could be forced to have flu jabs as new figures reveal that just 61% of NHS staff have received their injections.
Boris Johnson has warned Conservative MPs that voters expect them to work hard to get his Brexit deal through the Commons to enable the UK to leave the European Union next month.
All student nurses will be eligible for bursaries worth at least £5,000 per year under Government plans to restore the grants after they were scrapped under the Tories’ austerity measures.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock has ruled out the idea of scrapping home visits for GPs.
Matt Hancock has been accused of “whitesplaining” by Baroness Warsi after he said others in the party “take a more balanced approach” on Islamophobia than her.
Fifty million more appointments in GP surgeries will be created every year under a Conservative majority government, the party has pledged.
Thousands of mental health hospital patients with learning disabilities and autism will have their care reviewed over the next 12 months, the health secretary has announced.
Tory leadership front-runner Boris Johnson has claimed that he can achieve an "orderly, managed Brexit" by October by simply ditching the controversial aspects of Theresa May's Withdrawal Agreement.
Surveying the cast of characters vying to become the next prime minister, Michael Portillo described the list as “extremely thin to tell the truth”.
The inquest into the death of Love Island star Mike Thalassitis will open today.
A special “pink drink” that enables surgeons to precisely target brain tumours has been rolled out across the NHS and could benefit 2,000 patients a year.
Ex On The Beach has been cancelled following the death of Love Island star Mike Thalassitis.
Love Island will offer “bespoke training” to all future contestants following the deaths of two former stars.
Instagram is banning graphic images of self-harm after Health Secretary Matt Hancock said social media companies “need to do more” to curb their impact on teenagers’ mental health.
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The number of full-time journalists has dropped 25% in the last decade, an independent review has shown.
Culture Secretary Matt Hancock has said developing inclusive community projects that encourage young people into the creative industries is vital in ensuring that Brexit is a success.
UK Digital Minister Matt Hancock yesterday accused the Scottish Government of wasting so much time on independence it had failed to get broadband into Scottish homes.
More than £150 million will be jointly invested by the Government and industry to help boost cultural and creative businesses across Britain.
Culture Secretary Matt Hancock warned of the “corrosive” culture of fake news as he announced the Government’s review into the sustainability of high-quality journalism would be led by Dame Frances Cairncross.
West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine MP Andrew Bowie has become the first of his intake to be promoted to the government benches.
A £2million funding package for superfast broadband in Aberdeen has been announced by the Scottish Government.
Scotland is lagging behind the rest of the UK when it comes to setting up contracts to roll out superfast broadband, according to the UK digital minister Matt Hancock.
Ministers and regulators could scrap a system that leaves north and north-east families paying hundreds of pounds extra for electricity.
A UK minister has said that a pioneering energy scheme in Aberdeenshire is "progressing well" and construction will begin "as soon as possible" after funding is agreed.
The UK Government minister in charge of overseeing the multibillion-pound North Sea oil and gas industry failed to mention it in his speech to the Conservative conference.