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Lord Black tackles government about atrial fibrillation

7,000 people in England admitted to hospital with a stroke last year were already known to have Atrial fibrillation (or AF) but not receiving proper therapy, Lord Black has told the House of Lords.

Passchendaele Centenary: "the blindest slaughter of a blind war"

To mark the centenary of World War I's Battle of Passchendaele, fought between July and November 1917, on the Western Front  (south and east of the Belgian city of Ypres, West Flanders) Lord Black of Brentwood called a debate in the House of Lords. Passchendaele was an important milestone on the