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Give trainees more support to avoid burnout says MDU

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 »

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Political red tape a threat to shooting in Wales

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 »

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Blair ‘undermined’ public trust in politics

Prime minister Tony Blair has undermined public trust in politics and is facing a crisis over standards in public life as significant as the cash for questions scandal that marked the end of John Major’s government, the outgoing public standards watchdog has claimed. Sir Alistair Graham claims the Labour government will be “as closely associated… Read more »

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Wealthy Labour party donor reportedly admits discussing peerages with Lord Levy in new twist to cash-for-honours row
Labour lender ‘admits peerage talks’

A businessman who lent £1 million to Labour at the 2005 general election has reportedly admitted to discussing peerages with the party’s chief fundraiser, Lord Levy. But in a letter, obtained by the Sunday Telegraph, to stakeholders in his company, Professor Sir Christopher Evans strongly denies the implication that he was promised an honour in… Read more »