W is for ‘white fragility’: NHS bosses block bizarre A to Z of woke terms from public view

W is for ‘white fragility’: NHS bosses block bizarre A to Z of woke terms from public view after accusations it was ‘divisive’ NHS gets a backlash over glossary that is branded ‘alphabet of woke’ by Tory MPEntries for T even include ‘taking the knee’, ‘tokenism’, and ‘transgender man’One entry for the draft equality and … Read more

NHS calls for ban on small magnetic toys due to risk to children

NHS calls for ban on small magnetic toys after dozens of children who swallowed them needed urgent surgery Ingesting more than one magnet can cause major damage in hours if not removed They fuse in intestines or bowels, squeezing tissue and cutting off blood supplyAt least 65 children have been admitted to hospital for urgent surgery … Read more

Matt Hancock let off for ‘minor’ breach of Ministerial Code over shares in firm that won NHS work

Matt Hancock gets a slap on the wrist from watchdog for ‘minor’ breach of the Ministerial Code by failing to declare he owned shares in a family firm which won NHS contracts while he was Health Secretary Health Secretary has shares in Topwood Ltd,run by his sister and brother-in-lawCompany specialises in secure storage, shredding and … Read more

Kate Middleton and Prince William royally charm Emma Stone and Emma Thompson

Kate Middleton and Prince William joined Emma Thompson and Emma Stone, the stars of Disney’s new film Cruella, for a laughter-filled video call on Monday. The Duke, 38, and Duchess of Cambridge, 39, who are enjoying a tour of Scotland this week, chatted with the leading actors ahead of a drive-in screening of the film … Read more

Senior officials ‘hounded’ over approval of £250million PPE contracts

Senior officials were ‘hounding’ colleagues over the approval of a PPE supply contract worth a quarter-of-a-billion pounds to a hedge fund with ‘close ties’ to the Government, the High Court has heard. The Good Law Project and EveryDoctor are bringing legal action against the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC), claiming that contracts awarded … Read more

Woman disgusts TikTok viewers by revealing she grates a hard-boiled EGG over her spaghetti Bolognese

Woman disgusts TikTok viewers by revealing she grates a hard-boiled EGG over her spaghetti Bolognese – as critics say the bizarre combo ‘should be illegal’ Nurse Emma revealed the unusual item she likes to grate over her spaghettiThe British TikTok user admitted that she always has a hard-boiled egg on top But the bizarre topping left … Read more

NHS worker is mortified when neighbour leaves note after hearing him crying while listening to Adele

An NHS worker was left crying tears of embarrassment when his next door neighbour dropped off a note – after hearing a particularly sorrowful karaoke session. Harry Joe, 25, from Leeds but based in Aberdeen, had spent the prior evening crying in his bath while listening to Adele.  The next day, his compassionate neighbours left … Read more

Birmingham NHS worker blasts ‘bizarre’ extension on neighbour’s home

An investigation has been launched into an extension that has left a property just inches away from a neighbouring home. NHS worker Stuart Smith can no longer access the side of his house in Kings Norton, Birmingham, after a ‘bizarre’ extension of the property next door left only eight inches between the two homes. The … Read more

Boris Johnson ‘will spend billions of pounds to save the Union’

Boris Johnson ‘will spend billions of pounds improving road and rail links to Scotland to save the Union’ and see off threat of independence referendum as Nicola Sturgeon’s hopes of winning a majority are on a knife edge Boris Johnson plans to spend billions of pounds on infrastructure to save UnionPM expected to implement plans … Read more

Child obesity cases treated in hospital have more than doubled in two years, figures show 

Child obesity cases treated in hospital have more than doubled in two years, figures show Number of babies and toddlers treated in hospital for obesity more than doubled in two yearsObesity contributory factor in 1,087 patients aged four and under last yearThe figure has more than tripled from 336 in 2013/14 to 1,087 in 2019/20 … Read more