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NHS to demand proof of address for EVERY patient as part of crackdown on health tourism but staff are told to 'avoid discrimination'

Staff have been told to ask the question of every patient starting a new course of treatment either in a clinic or on a ward. They are instructed ‘to avoid discrimination ... are being carried out at ... read more

Abbott needs to embrace some policy boldness

Unless the Government goes to the polls early in 2016 to avoid the inevitable budget disclosure ... issue-specific regulations that suit the interests of current players (the crackdown on online pirac... read more

BigGovernment.com's Michael Flynn on Prospects for an Obamacaring World

The suits will be based on the provision that requires every American to purchase health ... more importantly, into the part of our lives that commands our deepest fears, our health and mortality. Tha... read more

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Amir H H Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani met at Al Bahr Palace yesterday with the Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan to Qatar, Shahzad Ahmad, to greet H H the Amir after the end of his ter... read more


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Whatever the cause, taxpayer-funded healthcare is there for you, no questions asked. If people take avoidable health and injury risks, they should still be offered support to modify their lifestyle or ... read more

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Akeredolu appoints Kupolokun chairman of transition committee

The Ondo State governor-elect, Mr. Rotimi Akeredolu, has appointed a former Group Managing Director of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, Engr. Funsho Kupolokun as the chairman of his transi... read more

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Welcome home! Furious holidaymakers are left stranded after returning to Britain to find airport parking firm had ceased trading and dumped hundreds of car keys in a holdall on ...

Airport staff have had to match keys to their owners and will continue to face that challenge as more holidaymakers return to the UK. (Pictured left and inset, the notices awaiting families returning ... read more



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