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Mobile clinics and evening and weekend opening could help increase uptake of NHS screening programmes.
Charles Jencks believed the design of the centres inspired by his wife, Maggie, should lift the spirits of patients.
The wife of a man killed in a road accident says the US soldiers responsible must be "held accountable".
Arti Dhir and Kaval Raijada are fighting extradition over the murder of their adopted son, aged 11.
Doctors in the Netherlands say they are within 10 years of creating a 'second' womb for premature babies.
A new play in Leeds shows the impact of the Yorkshire Ripper's reign of terror on ordinary women.
Where do voters stand on Brexit, after more than three years of debate and negotiation?
Rachel Pighills needs £135,000 surgery as her neck can no longer support the weight of her head.
Norway's border with Sweden – and the EU – is a potential hotspot for smugglers. How is it policed?
Police, ambulance and fire service staff are urged to "seek help" after traumatic events.