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With 372 million appointments this year and counting GPs surgeries are so busy they are now at "breaking point," according to the Royal College of GPs.
ITV news reporter Sally Biddulph has this report:
A rocket attack on fuel tanks near Tripoli airport in Libya has caused a huge "out of control" fire as clashes between rival militias intensified.
"It is out of control. The second tank has been hit and the firefighters have withdrawn from the site as the fighting has resumed in the area", the National Oil Company Mohamed Al-Harrai told Reuters.
The NHS is heading for a "major catastrophe in primary care" if the government does not do something about it, Wimbledon GP Dr Paul Cundy has said.
He told ITV News:
The National Trust has welcomed new government guidelines dictating that applications for fracking in protected areas such as National Parks should be refused in all but "exceptional" circumstances.
The organisation said it was "right" that the Government addressed concerns about the impact on "special places", but called for the measures to be extended to nature reserves and other wildlife sites.
– Richard Hebditch, National Trust
This is a significant change in approach from DECC. We hope it will reflect a much more cautious approach that recognises the risks of turning some of the most special places in the country over to industrial scale extraction of shale gas and oil.
About £70 million of Lloyds' fine from financial regulators is for trying to manipulate the fees payable to the Bank of England for taking part in a government scheme to support British banks during the financial crisis.
The group is set to pay a total of £218 million to UK and US authorities after it became the latest lender to be punished over the rigging of interest rate benchmarks.
Lloyds said the manipulation took place between May 2006 and 2009, adding that those involved have either left the company, been suspended or are subject to disciplinary proceedings.
Barclays was the first to settle Libor rate-rigging claims, paying £290 million in penalties to US and UK regulators in June 2012, while state-backed Royal Bank of Scotland was hit with a £391 million settlement.
The UK is to send a "full battle group" of 1,350 personnel to a major military exercise in Poland as part of a Nato package to reassure Eastern European allies, Defence Secretary Michael Fallon has announced.
Dr Helen Stokes-Lampard from the Royal College of GPs has said a reallocation of resources would help provide a better service for patients.
She said money invested into primary was proven to reduce illness and the need for patients to go to hospital as much.
She told ITV News: "We are at a crisis point."
Many families in Gaza are caught up in chaos this Eid, with several having lost their homes, their loved ones or both in recent weeks.
ITV News Correspondent Dan Rivers reports from Gaza, where there is little to celebrate as the holiday arrives.