Monthly Archives: March 2019

CQC Raise Concerns Over the Safety of Independent Clinics and Doctors

A new┬áreport from the CQC analysing inspections of independent doctor services in England has raise concerns over safety. The wide-ranging report looked at the quality of care being provided by: private GP services travel clinics slimming clinics circumcision clinics allergy … Continue reading

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An Author’s Guide to Copyright

Copyright has been around for almost as long as publishing! In a recent blog post by the British Library it was reported that “One of the first documented rulings with regards to copyright was made in the late 6th century in … Continue reading

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New Student Mental Health Services to Focus on First Year at University

A new taskforce has been set up by Education Secretary Damian Hinds to support students dealing with the challenges that starting university can bring. The new taskforce will look at how students moving from sixth-form or college to university can … Continue reading

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Female Authors Celebrated by Women’s Prize for Fiction

The long list of works shortlisted for Women’s Prize for Fiction has been announced, honouring both new and well-established writers with seven debuts making the list, writing in a diverse range of genres. Now in its 24th year, the Prize celebrates … Continue reading

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