May 22 2013 Latest news:
Banned dolls containing a poisonous chemical that can cause cancer have been unwittingly sold to families in Barking Market.
Londoners are not talking enough about dementia, a poll from the Alzheimer’s Society has found.
Protesters took to the streets of London today to show their anger at decisions to downgrade A&E departments in hospitals across the capital.
Thousands of people are expected to take part in a march today to protest changes to A&E departments across London.
Londoners are being asked to take part in a march on Saturday to protest changes to the NHS being made in the capital.
The family of a woman who died after serious failings by paramedics, say they hope her death will lead to major changes within the ambulance service.
Two teenagers were arrested on suspicion of murder yesterday following the fatal shooting of Joseph Burke-Monerville.
A charity yesterday launched a new service pairing eating disorder sufferers with someone who has recovered from a similar condition.
Senior doctors have urged the government introduce plain packaging rules for tobacco products to “remove misconceptions that some brands are ‘safer’ than others”.
Financial mismanagement at a south London healthcare trust to the tune of over £25million was “deliberately hidden” - and the NHS has “failed” to hold anyone to account, according to a damning new report.
Hundreds of people attended a rally today to protest against the downgrading of four accident and emergency departments in north west London.