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Raoul Moat was tasered while police tried to prevent his suicide.
PM attacks ‘public sympathy’ for killer Moat

By Ian Dunt David Cameron has hit out at the “wave of public sympathy” for Raoul Moat, the killer whose one-week chase from the police ended in his death this weekend. Asked about a Facebook page in which several members of the public had criticised the police for the six-hour siege which ended in Moat’s… Read more »

MDU advises doctors on how to prevent a delayed diagnosis in prostate and testicular cancer
MDU continues ‘doctors for doctors’ ethos with new chief executive

The Medical Defence Union (MDU), the UK’s first and leading medical defence organisation for doctors, today announced that it has appointed Dr Matthew Lee as its new chief executive. Dr Lee will take over from Dr Christine Tomkins, who is retiring in September after a long career supporting MDU members. Dr Tomkins has been in… Read more »

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William Hague has called for `judge-led` inquiry
Britain waits for torture inquiry announcement

By Alex Stevenson David Cameron could confirm an inquiry into British complicity in the torture of terror suspects later. The prime minister is understood to have agreed the terms to an inquiry led by a judge, it has been widely reported. Foreign secretary William Hague had already called for a “judge-led” inquiry to investigate the… Read more »