A survey of 67,000 doctors in training which shows worrying levels of burnout and exhaustion among the medical profession should concern us all, the Medical Defence Union (MDU) said today. The GMC’s annual National Training Survey found that the risk of burnout among medical trainees is now at its worst since it was first tracked in 2018…. Read more »
BASC has labelled the launch of a call for evidence on gamebird releasing in Wales as an “attempt to restrict shooting through red tape” and vowed to fight “restriction proposals” arising from it. The call for evidence focuses on pheasant and red-legged partridge, and has been launched by Natural Resources Wales (NRW) to “inform the… Read more »
Downing Street has reiterated Boris Johnson’s belief he did not misled MPs over Partygate, despite the Metropolitan Police confirming laws were broken by government officials.
Boris Johnson’s position as prime minister is “untenable” if he is fined over Partygate, according to Angela Rayner. Prior to the first tranche of fines announced by the Metropolitan Police this morning as part of Operation Hillman, Labour’s deputy leader told Sky News: “If the prime minister is fined for breaking his own rules, then I think… Read more »