The UK is ‘woefully underprepared’ for the social and economic challenges presented by an ageing society, a Lords committee has warned.
Dr Iain Kerr, now retired, believes GPs should be allowed to help patients end their lives.
Jeremy Hunt, the health secretary, says constraints on departing staff speaking out are hiding health service’s failures.
A new report published by The King’s Fund has found that, unless a more strategic approach is taken, financial pressures risk undermining the use of volunteers in health and social care.
The Charities Aid Foundation has launched a year-long cross-party Parliamentary inquiry into ‘Growing Giving’ in a bid to source ideas on how to boost young philanthropy, workplace giving and giving in older age.
The Guardian – voluntary sector network
People would give more if they were better informed, largest ever survey of its kind shows.
First-tier VAT tribunal agrees that a new training centre built by outdoor activity charity Longridge On The Thames should be zero-rated for VAT.
Health chiefs are still in talks over the future of palliative care in north Ceredigion three months after Beacon of Hope closed.