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The Church of Scotland has welcomed the publication of a new framework which seeks to improve palliative and end of life care over the next five years.
As the UK parliament prepares to discuss a bill to legalise assisted dying, Savi Hensman examines the failures of provision in proper support for those with life-threatening conditions.
Controversy over the biggest NHS privatisation deal so far has intensified after details were leaked.
Western culture often prides itself on its openness. Yet death remains a taboo subject for many, or at least one that is skirted around rather prosaically in many situations.
Facing up to death and investing in the choices it involves is at the heart of a new multi-million pound government strategy in England to support people as they come to the end of their lives.
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Quakers in Britain have become the first major religious body to be awarded the Pay Compare Mark.The mark is awarded to employers who disclose the...
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