20th January 2021 marks the end of Donald Trump’s presidency and the start of a new era in the USA. But what does it mean for the UK?
From the new ‘rule of six’ to the first West End musical to open its doors since lockdown, Telecare is bring you this month’s top news stories. Read now.
The government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme seems to be a roaring success so far, but how exactly does it work? We’ve got all the answers on the blog.
This week the heatwave has hit the headlines, as up and down the country record-breaking temperatures have been reached. Learn more.
Scientists at the University of Bristol are being funded to create robotic trousers for the elderly to assist with mobility.
This week’s news looks at the budget rise which the NHS has received from Theresa May and a high court ruling which has refused a bid for gender neutral passports. In America, Donald Trump has promised to keep migrant families together after Read More
Cancer patients are waiting longer than ever to start their live-saving treatment, according to research on patient waiting times for 2018. One of Britain’s favourite TV personalities Dame Barbara Windsor has recently been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease and London Mayor Sadiq Khan Read More
Recent news has celebrated the birthdays of two British men both turning 110 on the same day. In the rest of the UK, Theresa May has been speaking about Brexit and the newly proposed drinks bottles deposit. Britain’s Oldest Men Alfred Smith Read More