Daily News Roundup – 15 February 2013

Categories: In The Media.

Senior MP calls on NHS not to prosecute whistleblower over gagging order

The Telegraph

A senior MP today called on the Department of Health to ensure that no action is taken by an NHS trust against a hospital manager who broke a gagging order to speak out about concerns over patient safety.

PM agrees to pursue hospice funding improvements

Salisbury Journal

The Prime Minister has agreed to pursue hospice funding improvements for children following a meeting with the chairman of Naomi House.

Are social care personal budgets working?

The Guardian 

Two social care experts have two very different opinions on personal budgets, which allow individuals to decide how to spend their social care money.

The condition of Britain

Stephen Bubb (Blog)

The Prime Minister David Cameron’s comment that “the big society is getting bigger” ignores much of the reality of the third sector’s experience and the potential it can bring, especially in transforming public services, writes Sir Stephen Bubb.

Ulverston hospice vehicles vital to patients and carers

North West Evening Mail

Getting out into the community may be a vital part of the work St Mary’s Hospice does but it is impossible without a reliable set of wheels.

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