The Yorkshire Post says: Cannabis case. William Hague highlights drugs dilemma
THERE will be many surprised that a senior statesman like William Hague is at the forefront of those now advocating the relaxation of cannabis laws – and the more liberal and regulated approach pursued by countries like Canada.
Bringing a whole new meaning to ‘big brother is watching you’, a GPS app can help worried parents keep their youngsters safe, wherever they are in the world.
Disabled mother who fought for mobility support backs charity crusade
A DISABLED mother who says she was “penalised for her independence” has spoken out about her fight to keep vital disability benefits, as new research showed people with multiple sclerosis (MS) are losing support at an “alarming” rate.
The Yorkshire Post says: NHS tables turned. Tories try to outflank Labour
THERESA MAY and the Tories can’t have it both ways when it comes to spending commitments. Quick to accuse Labour of providing insufficient clarity, the same is equally true of the Government’s NHS spending boost.
Families are finally receiving compensation for decades-old medical negligence cases, prompting calls for more to come forward.
The Yorkshire Post says: Welcome funding boost for the NHS
THERESA May’s announcement of a major funding boost for the NHS is undoubtedly very good news, and will be welcomed by the people of Britain who hold it more dearly to their hearts than any other public service.