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Government criticised for appointing new EA chairman with corporate links to fracking

Government criticised for appointing new EA chairman with corporate links to fracking The government has been condemned for appointing someone with corporate links to the fracking industry as the new chairman of the Environment Agency, The Guardian reports.

Health unions to ballot members over pay row

Two major health unions are to ballot their members over strike action in a row over pay, it has been announced.

Government to encourage junior doctors to opt-out of European Working Time Directive in bid to increase training

The government is to encourage junior doctors to opt-out of the European Working Time Directive amid fears they are not getting enough training, The Independent reports.

Social media and bad press contributes to rise in complaints about doctors, GMC reveals

Social media, bad press and the erosion of patient-doctor relationships have contributed to a sharp rise in complaints about doctors, research by the GMC has revealed.
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