The Prime Minister is due to address MPs on Tuesday amid reports that he is planning to announce fresh national lockdown measures in a bid to arrest the second wave of coronavirus in the UK.
The UK needs to act fast to stop coronavirus cases growing out of control, with a delay of even a few days potentially “dangerous”, according to an academic who advises the Government.
Concerns are growing over an increase in Covid-19 cases in care homes, prompting the Government to send an alert to care providers to highlight the rising rates and to call for action.
Jeane Freeman was "not aware" of the major issues facing care homes in the early stages of the coronavirus pandemic, MPs have heard.
Health Secretary Jeane Freeman has said it is up to individual health boards whether they reimburse chronic pain patients who travelled to England for treatment.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock is to make an “important statement” providing a coronavirus update, the Commons Speaker has told MPs.
Wearing a face covering in shops and supermarkets is to be made mandatory in England in a fresh move to stop the spread of the coronavirus, the Government has announced.
Empty shops on Scotland's high streets could be turned into coronavirus testing centres, as the nation moves into the next phase of tackling the virus.
Scotland's Health Secretary has admitted “more work” is needed to cut waiting times for cancer patients in the north-east.
Scotland's health secretary is open to “other ideas” on how to recruit more GPs after claims north-east surgeries are at risk of closure.
Using helicopters, planes or fast response vehicles, the ScotSTAR North base in Aberdeen provides potentially life-saving pre-hospital care for seriously injured and critically ill patients.
The NHS must promote more flexible working options to encourage women into senior roles, the Health Secretary will say in a speech.
The Health Secretary said a plan to improve hospital waiting times will be unveiled to the Scottish Parliament later this month.
An MSP has expressed his disappointment at what he claims is Holyrood inaction over a dangerous drug.
Health Secretary Shona Robison has blasted a patient’s 50-week wait for an appointment at NHS Grampian as “totally unacceptable”.