Health Headlines: NHS fightback, Foreign-trained doctors and Underage drinkers failed

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NHS fightback - BBC
The government will attempt to wrestle back the initiative on its NHS shake-up in England by launching a 'listening exercise'.
Fightback begins over NHS plans

Foreign-trained doctors - The Daily Telegraph
Foreign-trained doctors are up to four times more likely to be suspended or struck off by the General Medical Council than their UK-trained colleagues, according to research.
Foreign-trained doctors 'more likely to be struck off'


Underage drinkers failed - The Guardian
Only eight A&E departments nationally offer alcohol harm reduction interventions for under-16s, Alcohol Concern says.
A&E units failing underage drinkers, charity warns


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