Abortion doctors will be in short supply

Abortion doctors could soon be in short supply as trainees put off by protests and political 'witch-hunt', providers warn The British Pregnancy Advisory Service and Marie Stopes both have contracts to provide terminations on the NHSBoth organisations have warned it is already difficult to recruit necessary doctors By Claire Bates PUBLISHED: 08:18 GMT, 2 April 2012 | UPDATED: 09:07 GMT, 2 April 2012 New doctors will be put off from providing abortion services after recent pro-life protests at clinics around the UK, medical providers have warned.

Cameron accused of "divide and rule" as BMA and nurses excluded from Health Bill summit

PM accused of 'dangerous game of divide and rule' as BMA and nurses excluded from summit over disputed Health Bill Opponents to Health Bill have been shut out from Downing Street, claims Shadow Health SecretaryHealth Minister accuses Labour of turning NHS reforms into 'game of political football' By Claire Bates Last updated at 11:00 AM on 20th February 2012 David Cameron was today accused of deepening divisions in the health service after it emerged that opponents of controversial NHS reforms were excluded from a key Downing Street summit.

PM to show NHS chiefs his reforms are working by unveiling statistics that reveal emergency admissions are falling

PM accused of playing 'dangerous game of divide and rule' over disputed Health Bill Opponents to Health Bill have been shut out from Downing Street, claims Shadow Health SecretaryHealth Minister accuses Labour of turning NHS reforms into 'game of political football' David Cameron has been accused of deepening divisions in the health service after it emerged that opponents of controversial NHS reforms were excluded from a key Downing Street summit.

NHS reforms damaging say leading healthcare journals

'Poorly thought-through' NHS reforms are causing damaging upheaval, warn leading healthcare journals Healthcare journals said there is an 'overwhelming sense of distress and lack of confidence in the Government's plans'Added that another NHS reorganisation inevitable within five years The editors of three leading healthcare journals today took the unusual step of uniting to publish a joint assault on the Government's 'poorly thought-through' NHS reforms.