It’s time we opened up the conversation about mental health to include the most vulnerable. How can mental health services be more inclusive to the homeless?
The number of people applying for nursing courses at university has fallen again this year, as the sector starts to feel the bite of savage government cuts to student nurse bursaries. Since bursaries were axed in 2016, the total number of nursing applications has nosedived by a third. This worrying trend looks set to continue, meaning
The Greek government is exploring the cultivation and sale of medical marijuana as way of stimulating its economy – and investors have already pledged to pour 1.5billion euros into the scheme. In an interview with Bloomberg, Evangelos Apostolou, the Greek Minister of Rural Development and Food, said that growers are pledging at least 1.5 billion euros
One million more children will be in poverty by 2020 if the government does not reverse cuts to Universal Credit, according to recent analysis published by the Child Poverty Action Group and the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR). The research shows that the promise of greater rewards for working families has been broken due to cuts