The NHS is monitoring patient lifestyles

Privacy Concerns Rise as NHS Uses AI to Monitor Patient’s Lives

In a move raising eyebrows, the NHS is venturing into the realm of artificial intelligence to monitor people’s eating and drinking habits, with a focus on minimizing “avoidable” hospital admissions. As part of a pilot scheme launched in Buckinghamshire, the tracking extends to everyday appliances like kettles and fridges, prompting concerns about privacy and the extent to which technology is[Read More…]

Dutch Farmers Resisting Forced Buyouts to Cut Emissions

Dutch Farmers Resisting Forced Buyouts to Cut Emissions

The Dutch government’s controversial plan to buy up and shut down thousands of farms in a bid to meet stringent EU greenhouse gas emissions targets is facing fierce resistance from farmers across the country. With the European Union demanding that the Netherlands reduce its emissions of nitrous oxide and ammonia by 50% by 2030, the government is pursuing an ambitious[Read More…]

Schools are increasingly banning children from bringing packed lunch

School Packed Lunch Ban Sparks Outrage From Parents

One primary school has found itself at the center of controversy as it takes the drastic step of banning packed lunches for children in Year 1 and Reception. This move has ignited fury among parents who see it as another example of the state school system overstepping its boundaries and infringing upon the rights of parents to provide their own[Read More…]

Sudiksha Thirumalesh

Teenagers Legal Battle Over Treatment Ends with Gagging Order Lifted Amid Controversy

In a case that has captured public attention, the story of 19-year-old Sudiksha Thirumalesh and her legal battle with an NHS Trust over her medical treatment has taken a significant turn. A judge has lifted the gagging order that had previously kept her identity hidden, revealing a story marked by controversy and fervent determination. Sudiksha Thirumalesh, an A-level student who[Read More…]

MPs have called for an inquiry after 21 South Asian women were fed radioactive chapatis

Trust the Science? The Untold Story of Asian Women Fed Radioactive Chapatis

Trust in medical professionals shattered as revelations of a harrowing experiment have emerged from the past.  Scientists are on a quest to locate a group of 21 South Asian women who unwittingly became part of a life-altering event in the 1960s. This deeply unsettling story centres around a study from 1969 where 21 women of Indian origin residing in Coventry[Read More…]