The A&E crisis will pale into insignificance when compared with problems that could lie ahead for out-of-hours care amid a looming shortage of GPs, a leading doctor tells Channel 4 News.
Labour criticises the government's handling of the NHS, saying that A&E units are being closed in the middle of a "crisis" that could have been avoided.
There is a good case for some A&E units closing, but people love their local hospitals. To win them over, those running the NHS need to use less jargon and be less patronising.
The number of new sexually transmitted infections diagnosed in England increases to almost half a million, with chlamydia and gonorrhoea fuelling the increase.
Figures from the King's Fund show that nearly 6 per cent of patients waited for four hours or longer in accident and emergency in the final quarter of last year.
A new scheme launching today will see doctors refer patients to range of 30 self-help books, available in public libraries across England. Will it help or hinder?
Labour calls an emergency House of Commons debate to urge the government to relieve pressure on A&E department, as figures show hundreds of operations are being cancelled every day.
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