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‘It’s a win-win solution’: Building social housing could add £50bn to UK economy, study finds
Housing crisis

‘It’s a win-win solution’: Building social housing could add £50bn to UK economy, study finds

The next government should invest in building 90,000 social homes a year to not only end the housing crisis but give the taxpayer a boost on jobs and benefits as well as slashing homelessness, new analysis shows

‘Dysfunctional’ mental health services failing to meet demand, doctors warn: ‘It’s broken’
Mental health

‘Dysfunctional’ mental health services failing to meet demand, doctors warn: ‘It’s broken’

England’s mental health services are “in crisis”, doctors have warned, with surging demand pushing services to breaking point.

Doctor behind ITV’s vital new drama Breathtaking on ‘horrendous’ truth about Covid in hospitals
TV

Doctor behind ITV’s vital new drama Breathtaking on ‘horrendous’ truth about Covid in hospitals

Rachel Clarke, Joanne Froggatt and Prasanna Puwanarajah introduce Breathtaking – ITV’s vital new drama set on Covid wards during the pandemic

The roots of NHS decay can’t be hidden by soundbite veneers
Paul McNamee

The roots of NHS decay can’t be hidden by soundbite veneers

Letters: Let’s oust Jacob Rees-Mogg, the Latin minister for the 18th century
Letters

Letters: Let’s oust Jacob Rees-Mogg, the Latin minister for the 18th century

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Women share harrowing accounts of painful NHS hysteroscopies: ‘I begged the doctor to stop’
Health

Women share harrowing accounts of painful NHS hysteroscopies: ‘I begged the doctor to stop’

Millions in UK need to double their income to escape poverty – but change is possible. Here’s how
Paul Kissack

Millions in UK need to double their income to escape poverty – but change is possible. Here’s how

Gender pain gap: Why women’s pain must be taken as seriously as men’s
Dr Amanda Williams

Gender pain gap: Why women’s pain must be taken as seriously as men’s

Protect tenants from living in mould, damp and ‘third-world poverty conditions’, government told
Housing

Protect tenants from living in mould, damp and ‘third-world poverty conditions’, government told

Healthy life expectancy in Liverpool is just 58: Most deprived areas of UK need better healthcare
Health

Healthy life expectancy in Liverpool is just 58: Most deprived areas of UK need better healthcare

Women feel ‘violated and traumatised’ by painful hysteroscopies – and say the NHS misinformed them
Special report

Women feel ‘violated and traumatised’ by painful hysteroscopies – and say the NHS misinformed them

New Year Honours list: Emilia Clarke and her mum made MBEs for setting up brain injury charity
New Year Honours

New Year Honours list: Emilia Clarke and her mum made MBEs for setting up brain injury charity

This Is Going to Hurt writer Adam Kay: ‘It’s vital for people to know that doctors are human’
Letter to my younger self

This Is Going to Hurt writer Adam Kay: ‘It’s vital for people to know that doctors are human’

The NHS is in crisis – and time is not on its side
Paul McNamee

The NHS is in crisis – and time is not on its side

Housing developments are worsening the healthcare crisis. Here’s how
Housing

Housing developments are worsening the healthcare crisis. Here’s how

Infected blood scandal victims still fighting for justice four decades on – but time is running out
Fight for justice

Infected blood scandal victims still fighting for justice four decades on – but time is running out

GPs ‘struggling to treat homeless people’, study finds
Homelessness

GPs ‘struggling to treat homeless people’, study finds

Key public services are in bad shape across the board, say most Brits – with NHS faring the worst
Public services

Key public services are in bad shape across the board, say most Brits – with NHS faring the worst

A damning list of Rishi Sunak’s broken promises and screeching U-turns, from net zero to EU law
Rishi Sunak

A damning list of Rishi Sunak’s broken promises and screeching U-turns, from net zero to EU law

Doctors’ strikes are a matter of life and death for some. Why does Westminster allow them to drag on?
Paul McNamee

Doctors’ strikes are a matter of life and death for some. Why does Westminster allow them to drag on?

Cost of living crisis sparks troubling rise in malnutrition and return of ‘Victorian’ diseases
Cost of living crisis

Cost of living crisis sparks troubling rise in malnutrition and return of ‘Victorian’ diseases

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I had a paragliding accident, straight into a hill. I cannot express how lucky I feel that we have the NHS.
Hope Elletson

I had a paragliding accident, straight into a hill. I cannot express how lucky I feel that we have the NHS.

The NHS at 75: How do you fix the broken, beating heart of a nation?
NHS at 75

The NHS at 75: How do you fix the broken, beating heart of a nation?

In pictures: The role Caribbean migrants have played in the NHS, on its 75th anniversary
NHS at 75

In pictures: The role Caribbean migrants have played in the NHS, on its 75th anniversary

How much does the NHS cost the UK compared to healthcare spending in other countries?
NHS crisis

How much does the NHS cost the UK compared to healthcare spending in other countries?