Professor of Health Policy Peter Bradshaw comments on the warning by doctors to the Prime Minister that patients are dying in corridors.
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Professor of Transport and Economics Colin Bamford comments on the New Year rail fare increases.
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Professor of Health Policy Peter Bradshaw comments on the Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt having to apologise as A&Es nationally struggle to cope.
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Professor of Psychiatry for Older Adults John Wattis comments on the slant taken by The Times that ‘timewasting patients cost the NHS millions every year’.
Irish Politics expert Dr Shaun McDaid comments on the Brexit and growing problem of the Irish border.
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