NHS Failing Cancer Patients

More than 10,000 people die needlessly in the UK each year because their cancers are not diagnosed in time, a study says.

Only 53 per cent of women and 42 per cent of men with cancer survive for more than five years.

... The failure of GPs comes despite their pay soaring by more than 50 per cent - to over £100,000 - since a new contract was agreed in 2004.

Lying Teaching Profession Exposed

Cheating The Inspectors
A teacher covertly filmed senior staff attempting to cheat official inspectors to expose the truth behind England's poor education standards, a hearing was told.

The 33-year-old is appearing before the General Teaching Council - the profession's regulatory body - accused of unacceptable professional conduct after making the documentary for Channel 4's Dispatches series. She faces being banned from the classroom.

Serious Threat To Democracy

Serious Threat To Democracy Hundreds of thousands of workers could lose their right to earn extra money working overtime after Brussels voted to scrap Britain's opt-out from the 48-hour working week. - probably only of interest to Brits.

Labour Euro MPs defied Gordon Brown and backed the move to end our special deal on the issue.

This is an absolutely outrageous state of affairs.

Basically, these almost faceless Euro-MPs are pursuing their own agenda having been elected on a Labour ticket!

Very few people know who these MPs are, and what they represent, because of the way in which elections to the European Parliament are conducted. These MPs presented themselves as Labour Party candidates, as Labour Party members and as Labour Party supporters, but now that they have been elected, they are going entirely their own way and following their own socialist agenda.

They are defying Gordon Brown, and so they have absolutely no mandate to do what they are doing.

They are, in essence, a small group of highly-paid socialists who are now wielding enormous power without being subject to any real democratic processes.

Soldiers Die Through Government's Negligence

The commander of Britain's SAS troops in Afghanistan has resigned in disgust, accusing the Government of "gross negligence" over the deaths of four of his soldiers.