Nadejah Williams: Labour pledges to change cancer care policy to save lives after death of reality TV star

Labour has pledged to change its cancer care policy to save lives after the death of a reality TV star. Nadejah Williams, of Channel 4’s Shipwrecked, died at 23 from colon cancer after being denied CyberKnife treatment. Labour’s Shadow Health Secretary Andy Burnham said: “What happened to Nadejah was utterly heartbreaking. It’s just wrong and we are going to try and make sure nothing like this happens again.”

The Mirror