Fri.Jul 05, 2024

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Labour urged to prioritise social work after huge election victory

Community Care

Note: There is a poll embedded within this post, please visit the site to participate in this post's poll. Labour has returned to power with an overwhelming victory in the 2024 general election. With two more results due to come in, the party has won 412 seats, giving it a majority in the House of Commons of at least 174. Keir Starmer has become Labour’s first prime minister since Gordon Brown left office in 2010 and is now appointing his cabinet.

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Improving Outcomes for Patients with Cancer and SUD with Palliative Care


Pharmacy Times article highlights the importance of integrating harm reduction strategies in palliative care for people with cancer and SUD.

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Lib Dems to push for cross-party talks on tackling social care

The Guardian

Exclusive: party to use biggest-ever cohort of MPs to get ‘essential decisions’ made on issue that ‘cut-through’ General election 2024: live news The Liberal Democrats plan to use their best-ever contingent of 71 MPs to push Keir Starmer to begin cross-party talks on a new plan for social care, saying the issue was raised repeatedly by voters during their election campaign.