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1 Chris Hopson: Latest NHS performance data confirm the service is under huge pressure
2 Letter: Not quite a case of lions led by donkeys
3 Chris Hopson: Should covid-19 restrictions be relaxed on 21 June? We need to look at the stark realities
4 Tory party conference: Sajid Javid urges families to care more for elderly
5 Scrapping discharge fund will give the NHS a dangerous capacity squeeze
6 HSJ100 2021: The list in full | News | Health Service Journal
7 NHS will face the consequences of Covid-19 lockdown lifting, health chief Chris Hopson warns
8 Mask refuseniks are abusing nurses in hospital | News
9 We're too short-staffed to keep isolating, insist NHS leaders
10 Chris Hopson & Saffron Cordery: We must debate public health commissioning
11 Covid-19: 'Very few' Covid hospital patients had two jabs, NHS boss says
12 Link between Covid cases and deaths has been broken, says senior NHS boss
13 Hospital waiting list 'may double to 10m by April'
14 COVID-19: Health chief calls for 'informed debate' on 'trade offs' involved in 21 June reopening
15 Covid vaccines have ‘broken the link’ between infections and deaths, says NHS Providers chief
16 We'll be having Covid jabs for the next 10 YEARS, predicts Chris Hopson from NHS Providers
17 COVID-19: Peak demand on hospitals might not come until next month, warns NHS Providers chief Chris Hopson
18 COVID-19: Vaccines have 'broken the chain' between coronavirus and serious illness, NHS chief says
19 It’s up to you, Rishi Sunak: your next move is make or break for the NHS
20 Covid UK: NHS Providers union chief warns lockdown easing could delay ending restrictions for good
21 Chris Hopson, Longtime Tower Records Executive, Dies at 67
22 NHS will take months to return to normal in England, says hospitals boss
23 NHS bosses warn Boris Johnson that easing Covid rules over Christmas could spark third wave
24 Covid lockdown England: Boris Johnson says pubs WILL be last to open
25 Here's how the NHS's Covid-stressed finances can be addressed
26 Arkansas' top high school football players: Meet the state's best running backs
27 Tri-State Speedway Spooker Results
28 Cadiz Man And Woman Injured In Caldwell County Crash
29 Next 7 days will be crucial to see if Covid jabs can stop surge of Indian variant triggering third wave...
30 Head of NHS Providers calls for coronavirus spending to be maintained
31 NHS boss warns patients going untreated as COVID app forcing so many medics into isolation
32 Covid jabs DO break link between infection and becoming seriously ill
33 Business urges UK government to get control of pingdemic confusion
34 Obituary for Jack B. Hopson, Rison, AR
35 Inject a sustainable approach to Covid vaccinations programme
36 NHS chief tells BBC June 21 date should be debated 'this will be with us for some time'
37 Sixty seconds on . . . the pingdemic
38 Covid-19: 'Very few' patients are fully vaccinated, and bars struggle for staff
39 Plea for funding to support NHS through 'hardest yet' phase of pandemic
40 Scientists and NHS chiefs say Covid infections must drop below 1,000 a day before lockdown is lifted
41 Chris Hopson: the NHS could keel over in 2016
42 Warning over cuts to NHS services without £10bn extra funding
43 Cancer patients who didn't seek treatment during lockdown are overwhelming A&E
44 Covid-19 UK: Hospitalisations are not soaring yet in Bolton and cases are FALLING in over-60s
45 Chris Hopson, CEO NHS Providers, coronavirus testing regime 'a very long way from being fit for purpose'
46 'Some NHS trusts busier than ever despite lower than predicted Covid admissions'
47 Ford posts 4.1% sales gain in May amid tightening inventory
48 The problem with Covid models
49 NHS waiting lists could top 15 million in four years without major rise in capacity
50 U.S. automakers post higher quarterly sales even as chip shortage bites
51 UK Will Start Giving COVID-19 Vaccine Shots On Tuesday : Coronavirus Updates
52 Retha Juanita Hopson (Died: July 21, 2021) | Obituaries |
53 Over 40s to be offered vaccines 'as soon as tomorrow'
54 NHS in England cannot cope without more funds, PM told
55 Three-quarters of UK adults have had first Covid jab as NHS bosses say jabs have ‘broken link’ to deaths
56 NHS pressure will grow as rising Covid admissions meet demands to clear backlog of care
57 ‘A fantastic success’: Vaccines have broken link between Covid infections and hospitalisations, says NHS chief
58 Fact Check-Unvaccinated people are much more susceptible to catching COVID-19 than those who have been vaccinated
59 Covid-19: Nightingale hospitals to close from April
60 Up to 350 NHS managers paid more than PM with some salaries worth hundreds of thousands
61 NHS hospitals forced to cancel operations again by unfolding third wave
62 Covid: Half of patients at some hospitals have virus
63 Covid: Why won't vaccinating the vulnerable end lockdown?
64 Hospitals need extra £400m a year to make maternity units safer
65 Covid-19: Government 'open' to delaying 21 June England lockdown end date
66 NHS and private sector forge new partnerships to clear patient backlog
67 Russell, Woods, Gillmore Abernathy reap rewards in 42nd Annual Spooker
68 NHS workers are bumped off vaccine priority list as Pfizer's HALVES its deliveries
69 NHS 'as stretched now as it was in January', health leaders say
70 Review to look at long-term workforce needs for health and social care
71 Covid-19: Southend Hospital oxygen supply reaches 'critical' situation
72 NHS bosses raking in £300,000-a-year plus bonuses in 'slap in the face' to nurses
73 Covid hospital admissions rising with most patients younger people, says NHS leader
74 Record number of NHS England patients waiting for routine hospital treatment
75 COVID-19: 'A very significant problem'
76 No 10 cautious over declaring Covid turning point despite fall in cases
77 Roundup: Ottawa-Glandorf, Bluffton win girls soccer sectional titles
78 Health leaders 'relieved' by four-week roadmap delay
79 We asked politicians to be straight on the NHS. They've not listened
80 Emergency measures set to allow hospitals to discharge patients early
81 US auto sales once again hindered by microchip shortage
82 Years of underfunding leave NHS ‘woefully short' for Covid second wave
83 Boris Johnson gets a haircut as English celebrate easing of restrictions
84 Covid-19: UK 'confident' of having 800,000 vaccine doses by next week
85 Matt Hancock warned against taking 'excessive' powers over NHS
86 The four tests England must meet to get out of lockdown
87 Boris Johnson must face up to multiple Covid aftershocks
88 NHS staff demand decision on 1% pay rise this week
89 Some NHS trusts 'busier than ever' despite lower than predicted Covid admissions, health leader warns
90 BBC host savages NHS chief over coronavirus preparation: ’You don’t have the beds!’
91 'Worried well' fuelling increase in A&E pressures
92 Prosecutors seek life sentence in Hopson murder case
93 The mystery at the heart of the National Health Service
94 NHS Confederation call for £600m funding to be extended
95 NHS under 'huge pressure' despite UK being past peak of current Covid-19 wave
96 Seven days in medicine: 11-17 August 2021
97 Amanda Pritchard confirmed as first female head of NHS in England
98 Hospital at centre of Covid surge appeals for help from nearby trusts as critical care beds fill up
99 NHS still at 'full stretch' as warning comes against relaxing lockdown too early
100 UK mask mandate provokes criticism