Lord Hunt of Kings Heath is a Labour peer, former health minister and first chief executive of the NHS Confederation
The government must address social care, workforce and budget challenges for its plan to succeed, writes Lord Hunt
Labour peer Lord Hunt writes ahead of his parliamentary question on 'National Police Chiefs’ Council concern that problems with Police and Crime Commissioners have resulted in fewer applications for Chief Constable positions'
Labour frontbench peer Lord Hunt writes about his parliamentary question on 'Ensuring that all former Ministers seek advice from the Advisory Committee on Business Appointments before taking up appointments within two years of leaving ministerial office'.
For far too long, the problem of prescribed medicine dependence has been ignored or hidden away. A National Action Plan is urgently required, writes Lord Hunt
The government must think again about leaving Euratom, given the impact on healthcare, says Lord Hunt of Kings Heath.
A staggering 2 million patients are treated for wounds every year at a cost of £5bn, says Lord Hunt of Kings Heath.
Lord Hunt of Kings Heath argues that we are seeing an 'unforgivable' drain of talent from the country as a result of Brexit.
Shadow Deputy Leader of the House of Lords, Lord Hunt of Kings Heath, warns that the current NHS targets regime prevents patients with chronic eye diseases from receiving necessary care.