Labour and Tories must set aside partisan rhetoric and work towards pragmatic solutions before it is too late No one who has experienced adult social care – whether as patient or provider – will have been surprised by the Care Quality Commission’s verdict this week that cuts to local authority services had reached a “tipping point”, with grave consequences for the NHS.
Yesterday, while watching what I thought was quite a thoughtful and impressive debate on gay marriage, I saw the fundamental fissure that runs through British politics. The Tory party sits the wrong side of history on social policy....
As health care providers, we must open the door to allow all patients to express their identity. In order for providers to provide competent care, they must know whether patients are straight, lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender.
Whether the collaborative will produce meaningful advances in production practices remains unknown. But the center's formation is a significant step toward much-needed political and social pragmatism in shale development.
Pope Francis is urging Lutherans to set aside doctrinal differences and work with Catholics to care for the poor, the sick and refugees as he lays out his vision for greater communion ahead of his visit to Sweden later this month.