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Right39%

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Europe · London

Prescription charges frozen as ministers grapple with cost-of-living crisis

50% Left coverage: 10 sources
NHS prescription charges in England are to be frozen for the first time in 12 years. Single prescription charges will remain at £9.35 until next year. Health Secretary Sajid Javid said the move would "put money back in people's pockets" Campaigners welcomed the move but pointed out that 90% of prescriptions are already free of charge.See the Story
Europe · London

Russia will be at ‘war with Nato’ if it bombs its territory, Sajid Javid warns

44% Right coverage: 9 sources
British health minister Sajid Javid says it is not impossible that Russian missiles could land in NATO territory. Javid said that the alliance would respond if it did happen. Russian missiles attacked a Ukrainian military training base near Poland over the weekend. "We've made it very clear to the Russians, even before the start of this conflict, even if a single Russian toecap steps into NATO territory, then it will be considered an act of war," he said.See the Story
Europe · London

Boris Johnson says watching porn at work 'totally unacceptable' after claim MP did so in Commons

Coverage: 5 sources
Sajid Javid made the comments on Twitter after an allegation surfaced. He becomes the second cabinet minister to speak out following the claims. Attorney general Suella Braverman suggested that if the allegations were proven the culprit could be suspended or even expelled from the House. Reports suggest dozens of MPs are facing claims of sexual misconduct.See the Story
Europe · London

HRT products limited to three month supply to 'even out' UK distribution amid shortages

50% Center coverage: 6 sources
Women will only have access to three months' supply of certain hormone replacement therapy (HRT) products. Health Secretary Sajid Javid has issued Serious Shortage Protocols (SSPs) to limit the dispensing of the products. It means that Oestrogel, Ovestin cream and Premique Low Dose will be given out in limited supply to each person.See the Story
Europe

Under-25s could be banned from buying cigarettes under Government plans

67% Left coverage: 3 sources
Javed Khan, former CEO of Barnardo's is leading a new anti-smoking review. He is considering a ban on the sale of cigarettes to under 25s similar to tat in New Zealand. Mr Khan will report his findings next month in a report commissioned by Health Secretary Sajid Javid.See the Story
Europe · London

Botox or filler providers could need licences under new government plans

50% Left coverage: 6 sources
The licensing idea is included in an amendment to the Health And Care Bill, which will be tabled today, although the full details will be decided following a public consultation.See the Story
Europe

Young child 'in intensive care with monkeypox in London hospital'

67% Left coverage: 3 sources
There have been 20 confirmed cases of monkeypox in the UK since May 6.See the Story
Europe · United Kingdom

Nottingham maternity review to be led by midwife who uncovered more than 200 avoidable baby deaths

67% Left coverage: 3 sources
Donna Ockenden will examine more than 500 cases where babies died or their mothers may have suffered harm. She previously led the review into maternity failings at Shrewsbury and Telford NHS Trust. Her report revealed a scandal that led to avoidable deaths over more than 20 years.See the Story
Sajid Javid · Nottingham

Sajid Javid 'appalled' by Nottingham families' maternity tragedies

Sajid Javid said he was 'appalled' by the tragedies suffered by families. NHS England is 'drawing a line' under the current review into maternity services. Senior midwife Donna Ockenden will take charge of the new inquiry. More than 100 families wrote to the Health Secretary demanding the change.See the Story

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