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How UK children are paying the price for the economic downturn
Although the UK is a better place in which to grow up than it was six years ago it is in danger of slipping back down the international league as a result of benefit cuts and reductions in social care, the British Medical Association says.
Children 'failed on a grand scale' by Coalition
Children are being "failed on a grand scale" by ministers, leading doctors have claimed, as they called for an inquiry into the state of child welfare in Britain.
GPs not to blame for pressure on A and E, says NHS England adviser
GPs are not to blame for the rising pressure on A&E departments as figures show that attendance at emergency departments is ‘stable’, an NHS England adviser taking part in its emergency care review has said.