UK experts back meningitis B jab

UK experts back meningitis B jab - A vaccine that protects against a deadly form of meningitis is set to be introduced in the UK. [BBC Health]

Trust people with pensions - Osborne

Trust people with pensions - Osborne - George Osborne rejects fears newly retired people could "blow" their pension pot under reforms introduced in Wednesday's Budget. [BBC Business]

VIDEO: Hitachi rail business moves to UK

VIDEO: Hitachi rail business moves to UK - Japanese electronics firm Hitachi says it will move its global rail business from Japan to the United Kingdom. [BBC Business]

Girl died after paramedic 'failure'

Girl died after paramedic 'failure' - A coroner says a paramedic's decision to stop trying to resuscitate a seven-year-old girl who died after an asthma attack was a gross failure. [BBC Health]

Queen backs Benn vigil in Parliament

Queen backs Benn vigil in Parliament - The Queen grants permission for the body of Tony Benn to rest overnight in Parliament's chapel, Speaker John Bercow confirms. [BBC Politics]

NHS complaints system 'too complex'

NHS complaints system 'too complex' - Healthwatch England says more than 70 organisations are involved in the process for dealing with complaints about the NHS and social care. [BBC Health]

Children's heart surgery unit 'safe'

Children's heart surgery unit 'safe' - A children's heart unit that closed temporarily owing to fears over numbers of deaths is safe, but some families received poor care, a review finds. [BBC Health]

NHS pay squeeze sparks strike threat

NHS pay squeeze sparks strike threat - Unions have reacted with anger to ministers' announcement of a fresh round of below-inflation pay rises for NHS staff in England. [BBC Health]

Coalition at odds over immigration

Coalition at odds over immigration - Tory minister James Brokenshire says migration from the EU is "too high" and blames the middle classes for backing it - but Vince Cable says he is "intensely relaxed" about large numbers coming to the UK. [BBC Politics]

Field: Jobs website rife with fraud

Field: Jobs website rife with fraud - The government's Universal Jobmatch website "is bedevilled with fraud", senior Labour MP Frank Field says. [BBC Politics]

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