June 20 2013 Latest news:
Plans to axe the A&E departments of two hospitals in south London have been put on hold over concerns about their financial viability.
Free bus travel for teenagers in London is helping to curb road traffic injuries, according to a new study.
Plans to close three specialist children’s heart surgery units, including at the Royal Brompton Hospital in Chelsea, have been suspended, Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt announced today.
A review into an NHS decision to stop children’s heart surgery at a London hospital will be published later today.
Science ministers from the world’s eight wealthiest nations will meet in London today, with antibiotic resistance topping the agenda.
A convalescent Duke of Edinburgh was visited in hospital this evening by the Queen, as Buckingham Palace described the prince as “comfortable and in good spirits” following his operation.
Dame Helen Mirren put in an appearance at City Hall last night to commend voluntary ambulance staff for their life-saving work.
Danny Boyle addressed crowds gathered in Hyde Park today to tell them that ending world hunger would be “the greatest gold medal Britain could win in 2013”.
Demand for treatment for so-called ‘legal highs’ and club drugs continues to increase in London with the over-30s experiencing the greatest problems, according to a pioneering clinic.
A new £4.6million learning and events centre is to open today in Camberwell.
Swimming in the River Thames can cause gastrointestinal illness according to a new report published by Public Health England (PHE).