A radical overhaul and an extra £8 billion in funding is needed for the NHS to prevent a funding gap causing severe effects for patients, the head of the health service has said.
The police force at the centre of the Rotherham abuse scandal have referred 14 staff members of its staff to police watchdog, the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC).
South Yorkshire Police said it had not ruled out referring more people as investigations continue into what happened in the town.
The force has been heavily criticised in the wake of the Jay Report, published in August, which outlined how at least 1,400 children had been sexually exploited by gangs of men in Rotherham between 1997 and 2013.
Professor Alexis Jay, who wrote the report, said senior police and council officials must have known what was happening but failed to act.
In a statement, the force said: "South Yorkshire Police has now referred 14 people to the IPCC and may make further referrals should the criteria be met.
"Both South Yorkshire Police and the independent investigation will remain in constant dialogue with the IPCC."
The head of the UN's Ebola mission has compared the disease in Sierra Leone to "a bush fire raging out of control".
But the country's president, Ernest Bai Koromo, has told ITV News in a rare interview that his government is "getting a grip" on the deadly virus.
ITV News Correspondent Dan Rivers reports from Freetown, Sierra Leone:
Investigators have been searching the home of a Royal Protection officer and a police building in the grounds of Buckingham Palace where ammunition was found.
Today's arrest came about as a result of an internal investigation by the Metropolitan Police.
Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley said a reorganisation of the force's Protection Command had "revealed a few pockets of poor behaviour".
The Canadian Sergeant-at-Arms can be seen striding through the corridors of parliament shortly after shooting the gunman in the Ottawa attacks in new footage.
The video shows Kevin Vickers still with his firearm in his hand, he has been hailed as a hero for his actions.
Footballer Mario Balotelli has been accused of threatening a woman who was taking photographs of his Ferrari.
Balotelli allegedly got "threateningly close" to the woman after she began photographing his vehicle at a housing estate in Wythenshawe, Manchester, this afternoon, the Manchester Evening News reported.
The Liverpool striker was said to have demanded the woman stop what she was doing.
Greater Manchester Police said the alleged incident was reported to them but they have yet to speak to any of the parties involved.
Metropolitan Police have said that the ammunition was found in personal lockers in a dedicated police building in the grounds of Buckingham Palace.
Bangs can be heard as French riot police fire tear gas at Everton fans in Lille.
The city square, covered in litter, much of which appears to be alcohol containers, is filled with smoke.
One man asks police why they are firing tear gas as there are children around.
Watch a clip of the action below:
Video courtesy of Voix Du Nord.
The officer arrested in connection with ammunition found in a locker area of Buckingham Palace was not assigned to guard any individual member of the Royal Family, police said.
The arrested officer is being questioned on suspicion of misconduct in public office and unlawful possession of ammunition.
He is in custody at a London police station and will be suspended from duty.
A Royal Protection officer has been arrested following the discovery of ammunition in personal lockers in the grounds of Buckingham Palace.
Metropolitan Police, who announced the arrest, believe the ammunition came from its own supplies.