NHS fundraising hero Captain Sir Tom Moore will rest in peace with his very own guard of honour

NHS fundraising hero Captain Sir Tom Moore will rest in peace with his very own guard of honour. His ashes will be watched over by the statue of a soldier following his funeral tomorrow. The military memorial for 22 soldiers who died in World War One overlooks the family plot in Captain Tom’s hometown of Keighley, West Yorks. On Saturday […]

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NHS hospitals in England 'cut operations by a QUARTER in January'

NHS hospitals in England cut routine operations by a QUARTER in January as number of coronavirus inpatients soared at the height of second wave, leaked data shows Leaked NHS figures showed 23,000 fewer operations were done in January  And separate data showed 103,491 patients needed to be seen in a month Hospitalisations from the virus surged in late December, official […]

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NHS workers slam 'disrespectful' social media users

NHS workers slam ‘disrespectful’ social media users for spreading ‘fiction and lies’ about empty hospitals – as one woman is fined for sharing photos of ’empty hospital corridors’ Hannah Dean, 30, who describes herself as a freelance journalist, has travelled to hospitals across Hampshire to take social media photos of empty corridors She says they show the NHS is ‘not […]

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Over 70s, NHS staff among 13 million who will get Covid jab by mid-February to ease lockdown, vows Boris

THE most vulnerable Brits will be vaccinated against Covid by mid-February, Boris Johnson said tonight – as he announced a third national lockdown. All those over the age of 70, NHS staff and care home residents are among the 13.9 million who will be offered the jab in the next six weeks, the PM said. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live […]

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