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Mental health patients have been thrown down the Brexit rabbit-hole.

Normal government has effectively ceased, leaving a crucial health review on hold Zoe Williams. The whole thing reads like a misprint: if you present at your GP’s with mild to moderate depression or anxiety, you will wait, on average, six weeks for treatment, which...

I’m A Celeb’s Anne Hegerty opens up about Asperger’s.

Anne Hegerty has been praised for opening up about her Asperger’s on I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here. Fans watched her speak about her condition with former EastEnders actress Rita Simons.  “I didn’t raise the autism issue. It’s not...

Amber Rudd condemns UN poverty report in combative return to frontline politics.

New work and pensions secretary dismisses ‘disappointing’ study of UK. Peter Walker Political correspondent. Amber Rudd has used her first appearance in the House of Commons as work and pensions secretary to condemn a UN inquiry into poverty in the UK over what she...

China is using facial recognition to develop a vast hyper-surveillance system able to monitor and target ethnic minorities.

China – Facing Up To Hyper – Surveillance The data revolution: Transforming healthcare now. Do data and artificial intelligence (AI) have the power to change the world? In the healthcare space, they are revolutionising how disease is detected, diagnosed...

DWP: Universal Credit claimants ‘suicidal’ due to stress and hardship, Teesside researcher finds.

Home NewsTeesside NewsTeesside University. By Mike Brown. Dr Mandy Cheetham, a researcher from Teesside University, led the study of 33 claimants. The stress of making a Universal Credit claim has left some people considering suicide, a new study has claimed. Dr Mandy...
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