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Road Safety Week: 8 in 10 Motorists Admit to Dangerous Driving

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With Road Safety Week in full swing, First4Lawyers conducted research into driver attitudes and habits by commissioning a survey of 2,000 UK motorists and the results were worrying.

Roxanne Chapman, November 15, 2022

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Medical Negligence

Nurses Vote to Strike Over Pay

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Nurses are set to go on strike in the biggest ever industrial action the UK healthcare sector has faced.

Carrie Tennick, November 09, 2022

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Medical Negligence

Nurses to Vote on Strike Action

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UK nurses are set to vote on whether to strike over pay, which could lead to disruption within the NHS this winter.

Carrie Tennick, October 06, 2022

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Personal Law

Mortgage Deals Pulled Amid House Price Fall Predictions

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A number of lenders have withdrawn mortgage deals to new customers after the Bank of England said it would take action to combat a fall in the pound.

Carrie Tennick, September 28, 2022

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Medical Negligence

Lack of GP Access: Patients at Risk

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GP patients are being put at risk by “unsustainable pressures” facing practices and primary care doctors across the country, says a new report by MPs.

Carrie Tennick, October 20, 2022

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Medical Negligence

Hip Fracture Care Varies Across NHS

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The quality of care and recovery time of patients suffering from hip fractures varies across the country – with some patients dying just a month later.

Bradley Coulson, August 31, 2022

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Medical Negligence

Excess Deaths Soaring Despite COVID Deaths Decreasing

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Recent data from the ONS has shown that excess deaths are still on the rise within the UK, despite COVID-related deaths falling rapidly.

Bradley Coulson, September 08, 2022

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Personal Law

Civil Servants 'Facing Discrimination and Racism'

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A leaked report conducted within the Cabinet Office has shown evidence of bullying, racism, and discrimination being rife and rarely dealt with.

Bradley Coulson, August 24, 2022

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Medical Negligence

Burnout in Doctors Increases Patient Safety Problems

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Burned-out doctors are more likely to be involved in incidents affecting their patients’ safety, according to a new study.

Carrie Tennick, September 15, 2022

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