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Covid-Friendly Cancer Treatment

NHS England appears to be responding to the growing concerns over delays to cancer treatment during the coronavirus pandemic. NHS England are investing £160m […]

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An image drawn on the pavement, in the UK, of the NHS logo with a heart - as a sign of appreciation, during the Coronavirus pandemic. Not long after, the Welsh government are accused of neglecting patients using the NHS.

Welsh Government Accused of Neglecting Patients

The Welsh Conservatives have accused the Labour-led Welsh government of neglecting patients. This comes after a Freedom of Information request reveals that more than […]

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A photograph of an elderly lady, with somebody next to her holding a phone, as she smiles. The English government has been described as having a negligent approach to social care, in a damning report by the public accounts committee.

Negligent Approach to Social Care in the Pandemic

A report has accused government of a “slow, inconsistent, and at times negligent approach” to social care in the COVID-19 pandemic. The Public Accounts […]

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A photograph of a cyclist, riding behind a bus, in London. This is the type of rider that the review of The Highway Code looks to protect - along with other vulnerable road users.

Review of The Highway Code to Improve Safety – How you can Respond

A review of The Highway Code needs your opinion. The review aims to improve road safety for cyclists, pedestrians and horse riders. An Interim […]

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A photo of cyclists on roads in London. As a YouGov survey reveals that the majority of the public support safer roads for cycling an walking.

Public Support Safer Roads for Cycling and Walking

In the wake of objection to schemes which protect vulnerable road users, a YouGov survey has revealed that the majority of the public support […]

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A photo of a lady having a mammogram. Part of vital cancer screening which is crucial to stop unnecessary cancer deaths

What you can do to Stop Unnecessary Cancer Deaths

Calls for the government to take action to stop unnecessary cancer deaths are rising. Here’s what you can do to help. Cancer Kills We […]

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Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital Trust Face Criminal Inquiry in Relation to Maternity Services

Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital Maternity Investigation Keeps Growing

The investigation into the maternity care at Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital Trust continues to grow. At the beginning of this month we reported how […]

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Group B Streptococcus Mismanagement may Lead to Death of Newborn Babies

The Healthcare Safety Investigation Branch (HSIB) has published findings of a learning report into the screening and treatment of Group B Streptococcus (GBS).  They […]

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Cosmetic Surgeon carrying out surgery on patient. Under new rules, the patient would have to undergo a two week isolation before surgery.

Two Week Isolation Before Surgery Patients Told

Throughout the pandemic, millions of operations have been cancelled, urgent cancer referrals have decreased by 25% and thousands of heart attack patients missed out […]

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A Lookback at Lockdown at Pryers

Business as Usual Back in early March, which now seems like a lifetime ago, Pryers was a law firm based out of our offices […]

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Hannah Cazaly and Laura Cates who both completed their training contracts at Pryers

Pryers Training Contracts Sees Two Solicitors Qualify

We are delighted to announce that our Trainee Solicitors complete their training contracts and officially qualify as Solicitors today. We caught up with them […]

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Spinal Medical Device Recalled

The Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) today recalled a medical device used in spinal fixation systems. Orthopaedic spinal surgeons used the device […]

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Covid-Friendly Cancer Treatment

NHS England appears to be responding to the growing concerns over delays to cancer treatment during the coronavirus pandemic. NHS England are investing £160m […]

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Welsh Government Accused of Neglecting Patients

The Welsh Conservatives have accused the Labour-led Welsh government of neglecting patients. This comes after a Freedom of Information request reveals that more than […]

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Negligent Approach to Social Care in the Pandemic

A report has accused government of a “slow, inconsistent, and at times negligent approach” to social care in the COVID-19 pandemic. The Public Accounts […]

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The Highway Code is being updated to provide more protection to vulnerable road users.

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