Yesterday The Reform Think Tank published its second report with a further one to come before the white paper is published later this year, recommendations in this report will fuel the fear project inflicted by the Tories on those who are considered the most vulnerable whom they promised to protect. Its proposals call for a…
Patients are still having their data extracted and shared by the NHS despite registering opt outs with their GP practice in 2013 and assurances that objections would be honoured by January 2016. The NHS’s own information centre has told Pulse they were unable to meet the deadline they had promised in November last year. Pulse understand this is pending the release of an independent review into patient consent and opt-outs by National Data Guardian, Dame Fiona Caldicott which was due last month. Pulse revealed last year that at least 700,000 patient had lodged objections to their data being shared around the NHS, many during the aborted launch of NHS England’s flagship record sharing drive, care.data. The story grabbed headlines after revealing the Health and Social Care Information had been forced to ignore
A single paragraph in the Local Government Finance Settlement published before Christmas sounded the death knell for attendance allowance (AA). The government is to launch a consultation on abolishing AA for all new claims and handing the money over to local councils to pay for support for older people. We are writing with our grave concerns about the abolition of Attendance Allowance, we believe that taking away this financial support from people who may not meet the substantial/critical...
This is unacceptable and has to STOP! NO money should leave this country to support other countries or their people until our own are properly cared for and given dignity and choice.
Hundreds of thousands of Britons driven to food banks by poverty in the past year are seen as “collateral damage” by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), according to Chris Mould, chair of the Trussell Trust.
The Government has spent years in denial of the existence of food poverty and continues to threaten the charity for speaking out on the issue, he said.
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