David Cameron

Taxes to rise unless HMRC given powers to raid accounts of tax evaders

Prime Minister David Cameron has warned that the government would have to hike taxes unless HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) is provided with new powers to raid bank accounts of tax evaders.

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British Govt.’s £36bn infrastructure projects to create 150,000 jobs

British Prime Minister David Cameron and Chancellor George Osborne are all set to publicise the government's multi-billion infrastructure programme that aims to support as many as 150,000 construction jobs.

In a rare joint appearance on Tuesday, the duo will explain how the ambitious infrastructure programme will work at the heart of plan for the country's economic recovery.

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Online porn will be blocked by default: David Cameron

In a bid to protect children from bad impact of fast-growing online pornography, British Prime Minister David Cameron on Monday unveiled a slew of measures.

Mr. Cameron declared that internet service providers (ISPs) would block access to pornographic sites by default, and any household who would like to access such sites would have to opt for it.

The prime minister also declared that possessing porn depicting rape would be illegal in England and Wales. In Scotland, it is already illegal to possess porn depicting sexual assaults like rape.

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Dementia diagnosis trial can double the diagnosis

A government-backed trial will put to test the new medical technology that is said to slash the time it takes to diagnose dementia from 18 months to just three.

The process is being developed by scientist who fell that if it is used nationally then the current diagnosis rates will be doubled. This will provide better care and support to thousands of sufferers.

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2 drugs that will extend lifespan despite advanced stage cancer

The NHS might soon be using new drugs that will transform the chances of surviving malignant melanoma, the most dangerous form of skin cancer.

People who have advanced disease are the ones to get benefitted by ipilimumab and vemurafenib as they are the first major advance in treatment for 30 years, according to doctors.

The lifespan is increased by ipilimumab by about four months, even in people who have cancer spread to other parts also. But there have been certain patients who have lived for many years.

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