NHS staff have signed a letter demanding that the word 'woman' is reinstated
"And I can confirm that sex-specific language has now been fully restored to online health advice pages about cervical and ovarian cancer and the menopause.
"It is vital that women’s voices are heard in the NHS and the privacy, dignity and safety of all patients are protected."
A source close to the Health Secretary added: "The Secretary of State is fed up with this agenda and the damage it’s causing, language like ‘chestfeeding’, talking about pregnant ‘people’ rather than women.
"It exasperates the vast majority of people, and he is determined to take action on it.
Steve Barclay is expected to use his speech today to announce a discussion with the NHS about how it can address an 'ideological dogma'
"He is concerned that women’s voices should be heard on healthcare and that too often wokery and ideological dogma is getting in the way of this."
It is reported that Barclay will also use his speech to announce a major expansion of the NHS workforce.
Three new medical schools at the University of Worcester, the University of Chester and Brunel University in Uxbridge are set to welcome 200 more students in September 2024.