UK households have experienced the biggest immediate income shock since the mid-1970s

The covid-induced crisis has caused typical working-age household incomes to fall 4.5 per cent between the pre-crisis period and May this year, despite the...

Oxford University vaccine passes first test as it is safe trains immune system, early...

A team of scientists at Oxford University’s Jenner Institute and Oxford Vaccine Group has taken the next step towards the discovery of a safe,...

Bereaved COVID-19 families fighting for justice are backed by Labour leader

Lawyers from Broudie Jackson Canter and representatives of COVID-19 Bereaved Families for Justice UK have had their fight for justice backed by Labour leader...

Farm Safety Week reveals North West fatalities in agriculture

A new HSE report out has found that the North West area has been worst affected with the highest number of fatal injuries in...

English Councils call for Al Fresco smoking ban

Smoke-free pavements outside pubs, cafes and bars should be introduced to make them more family-friendly and healthy spaces as high streets look to recover...

Sharp rise in numbers of nurses considering quitting profession

New research by the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) reveals a sharp rise in the proportion of nursing staff considering quitting the profession, driven...

Johnston-“We want to return to normality by Christmas”

The Prime Minister has said that he wants to allow a more significant return to normality from November at the earliest possibly in time...

£3 billion to find the NHS over fears of a second Covid wave

The Government is to find a further £3 billion into the NHS to relieve the inevitable winter pressures and help it prepare for a...

Public Inquiry into Covid response will take place but not now says Boris

Boris Johnson has said there would have to be an independent inquiry into the UK's handling of coronavirus but that now was not the...

Prior to easing of lockdown, infection rates were significantly falling says report

A major programme of community coronavirus testing that is tracking levels of infection in England has published its first report. Tests on more than 120,000...