Health Secretary Matt Hancock has said violence against NHS staff is “shocking” but body cameras and higher penalties are being brought in to dissuade people from being violent.
Hundreds of tonnes of toxic waste including human body parts from NHS patients has been stockpiled by a waste management company, sparking a national incident.
The National Health Service is to recruit doctors from Australia in the latest initiative to boost GP numbers.
An emergency £240 million will be pumped into the social care system to ease the pressure on the NHS this winter.
The Lewisham and Greenwich NHS choir will release a charity single to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the National Health Service
The Central and North West London NHS Trust reports it has seen more than 1,800 people enter its programme for post-traumatic stress disorder since the tower fire
The MP for East Worthing and Shoreham spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about a survey from the NHS which asked children if they were comfortable in their gender
The numbers of people affected by the tower fire are expected to be around roughly 11,000
A review commissioned by Theresa May found one in six struggle with mental health issues in the workplace
A group of researchers from a variety of instructions like Oxford University have analysed the impacts on the NHS of all possible outcomes of the negotiations
The MP for Monmouth spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the Foreign Secretary's Brexit article over the weekend
The Foreign Secretary has been accused of being a 'backseat driver' after an article on Brexit for The Telegraph
The DUP has broken with the Tories despite the confidence and supply deal made after the June election
The Washington Post is reporting there is 'moderate confidence' in the report's findings, though it remains disputed by several security firms
The Nuffield Trust warns the price of treating British nationals in the European Union could double from the £500 million currently paid under an EU scheme
The mayor of Greater Manchester spoke to Paul Ross about the community in the wake of the terror attack on Monday
Kaspersky and Symantec pointed out similarities in code to the North Korea hack of 2014
Everyone talks about the NHS, but last week's attack claimed over 200,000 victims across 150 countries
Marcus Hutchins helped to stop the ransomware from spreading further across the globe by accidentally triggering a kill switch
More than 200,000 people around 150 countries were infected by ransomware which heavily affected the NHS
Mrs. May announced her bid for a snap general election in June, reneging on a promise she has routinely made
Doctors have been accused of holding the NHS to ransom as a row over money continues to escalate
An exclusive by The Independent found an 'almost ninefold' increase in mental health appointments
Philip Hammond has pledged £100 million to install GPs in A&E, but Dr Laurence Buckman says the idea is nonsense
Today's Budget has already provoked a flood of debate among the chattering classes. But who has benefited from Philip Hammond's first major act as Chancellor?
Dr. Richard Taylor spoke to Paul Ross about the ongoing crisis in the National Health Service
Leaked reports have stated that South East Coast Ambulance trust employees were subjected to bullying and harassment which led to suicide attempts at a centre in Kent
Adam Bienkov, who works for the Business Insider website, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the motion to oust John Bercow
Following his comments about Donald Trump, the Speaker is facing renewed demands to resign after revealing he voted to Remain in the European Union
The former chair of the British Medical Association's GP committee lamented the leaked figures showing long waiting times in A&E departments in an interview with Julia Hartley-Brewer
The spokesman for the Patients Association spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer in the wake of proposals which could see one in six A&E departments closed
The Health Service Journal has analysed plans to save funds in the NHS budget
Three Clinical Commissioning groups in the West Midlands have proposed operating only on patients with severe hip pain in order to save two million pounds yearly
London GP Dr Laurence Buckman dismissed GP leader proposals to allow doctors to charge patients they don't regularly serve for out-of-hours treatment
The GP and TV presenter spoke to Paul Ross about the ongoing situation within the National Health Service
Our presenter agreed with a caller who shared the view the Conservative Party were incapable of running public services
The author and hypnotist popped by the studio for a chat with Paul Ross about his new book
David Goodhart, the researcher who wrote the Policy Exchange report, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the recent survey they published on Muslim life views
The MP for Don Valley claimed she wasn't sure if showing passports to receive NHS treatment was the best idea
Frank Field, the MP for Birkenhead, fully backed the system which would ensure people would have to present identification to receive treatment
Dr. Mark Holland said the NHS will struggle to cope this coming winter as the strain on the organisation grows
Junior doctors will hold five days of industrial action later in September, which is thought to endanger 00,000 operations
A report by the charity revealed there are more than 1,000 needless deaths from the condition
A study has found only 2% of NHS trusts are chaired by people from a black and minority ethnic background, while under 30% of trusts are chaired by women
29 medics from the European Economic Area faced allegations of 'inadequate knowledge of English" in just one year, according to the Royal College of Surgeons
GP and author Youssef El-Gingihy claims the government has strived to privatise the NHS by 'stealth' but says this plan has reached its 'endgame'
Figures released this week show the health service is experiencing its worst bed-blocking crisis in history. The former care minister and Liberal Democrat member for North Norfolk says it is time for a "mature discussion" about the NHS…
A new study has shown the United Kingdom to be one of the biggest culprits for misusing painkillers and other drugs intended for someone else. Pharmacist Neal Patel says a user's first stop should always be a health professional…