A group of doctors and nurses are going to the Basildon Hospital in the upcoming week as part of a government evaluation into the death rates.
The group is a fragment of the Keogh Review, which is inspecting the higher than average mortality rates at 14 of the hospitals that also includes the Basildon.
According to government-commissioned evaluation, the reviews given by the "friends and family" of David Cameron on the satisfaction survey of hospitals was considered as "not required" by the public. It was suggested that the reviews should be terminated in their current state as it can result in misleadingly negative views about NHS.
Plans to set minimum alcohol prices are likely to go in vain. Prime Minister David Cameron faces strong opposition to the idea of minimum price limit on alcohol from the ministers. One minister has said that cost of living is a major concern that has to be addressed by the government in next elections and the idea is a political suicide.
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