Ebola screening for travellers arriving in Britain from affected areas in West Africa is to be extended to Manchester and Birmingham airports, the head of Public Health England has said.
In his weekly message to staff, Duncan Selbie said that once the existing measures covering Heathrow, Gatwick and the Eurostar terminal at St Pancras had "settled", they would be rolled out to other ports of entry.
Shadow Health Minister Andrew Gwynne says the NHS is "heading rapidly in the wrong direction" after several professional health organisations signed a letter to the three main political parties claiming the service is at 'breaking point'.
Mr Gwynne, the MP for Denton and Reddish, also accused the Prime Minister of "wasting" £3 billion on a damaging NHS re-organisation.
The drug some have called "the forgotten thalidomide" will be discussed by an all-party parliamentary group at Westminster later. Watching closely will be Karl Murphy from Liverpool.
Karl has had to live with, what he says are, the consequences of Primodos for more than 40 years. It's alleged the hormome pregnancy test, used back in the 1970's, is to blame for birth defects.
The family of Sophie Jones say they can't believe 165,000 people have signed their petition calling for cervical smears to be available to under 25s if they think they need one. Sophie was 19 when she died of cervical cancer last weekend.
Her mother Peri and sister Chelsea spoke to Tony Morris and Lucy Meacock on Granada Reports
The family of a teenage girl who died of cervical cancer say the age that screening starts must be lowered.
Sophie Jones, who was 19, died at the weekend at a hospice in Merseyside. Her family say she was told she was too young to have cervical cancer.
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A team of medics from the conflict hit Gaza strip are in Liverpool being trained by some of the country's top surgeons.
The Liverpool International Transplant Initiative aims to train medics so that one day the region will have its own transplant unit. Rachel Townsend reports.
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Salford Royal’s the best place to work in the NHS according to a national survey of staff.
That's out of all NHS provider organisations. Staff were satisfied in their work and would recommend it as a place to work or be treated.
A new mobile chemotherapy unit opens in Southport today. It's a year since the Clatterbridge Cancer Centre launched their northern pilot scheme in Chester. The mobile units offer patients life-saving treatment closer to home.
New plans to improve health and social care services in Liverpool will be revealed later. The Mayoral Health Commission has spent the last year researching the subject. It claims radical change is needed to improve care in the city.