News Headlines - 28 February 2017

Sir John Major launches extraordinary attack on Theresa May's government over Brexit

Sir John Major has launched an extraordinary attack on Theresa May's Government over Brexit and warned that leaving the EU could mean cutting the NHS and welfare state.

He’s 93 and frail, but Mugabe pledges to carry on ruling | The Guardian

Marking his birthday with a 93kg cake and a rally with loyal fans, the president is in no hurry to quit despite the chaos of his rule

Trump: 'Nobody knew health care could be so complicated' - CNNPolitics.com

President Donald Trump noted with some exasperation Monday the complexity of the nation's health laws, which he's vowed to reform as part of a bid to scrap Obamacare.

NHS 'tobacco free' campaign launched by Public Health England - BBC News

A "truly tobacco-free NHS" needs to be created to help smoker patients quit their habit, health officials say.

Toshiba looking to raise up to 2.5 trillion yen by selling semiconductor unit - The Mainichi

Cash-strapped electronics giant Toshiba Corp. is expecting to raise up to about 2.5 trillion yen by spinning off its semiconductor business and selling a 100 percent stake in the unit, it has been learned.









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