Another week, another flurry of evidence about the care crisis across the country. Everyone seems to agree that there is
A new vision has to win popular support. Universality is key to ensuring buy-in from the whole population and to tackling the unpopular and fragmented local variations that currently exist. Universality is also critical to raising the status of care and caring, and the value placed on care.
My primary purpose here is, as a patient, to join calls, like those made by the 75 leading health experts to Theresa May on 11th January, for radical solutions to the break-down of our health and care system. It is not a problem for us that can wait for some utopian answer in 2020. Let's accept that we'll die - but avoid the unacceptable shortcut of the sirens' road towards euthanasia, the cheap solution.
In November 2009, I gave my inaugural professorial lecture at Nottingham Business School with the title "The future of UK
The context in which BEE is envisaged to operate within, together with "tenderpreneurship", has created a myopic operating culture among black business.
The inquiry proposes helping 65 percent of students.
I grew up 10 miles outside Belfast and completed my undergraduate and PhD at Queen's University. I was always a bit of rule
I never believed I could become an entrepreneur. I grew up in Bangkok, Thailand, and received a full scholarship to study
As the Chancellor rises to his feet to give his much-anticipated Autumn Statement tomorrow, there will be much jeering and cheering from all sides of the House of Commons. In the detail of the important announcements that will be made on Wednesday there is a danger that one voice won't be heard. The voice of children and young people with life-shortening conditions.
Breastfeeding is sold to pregnant women as straightforward, easy and rewarding but many do not find that description matches their experience. But the reason for this difficulty should rarely be to do with breastfeeding itself, but instead because society in the UK is not set up to support women to breastfeed