The offer comes after doctors overwhelming backed industrial action in a dispute over proposed new contracts.
The chancellor said the £15 million raised by the tax on sanitary products each year will be used to fund women’s health and support charities.
The figures, released by the Office of National Statistics, are the highest since 1999. A flu virus and a less effective vaccine have been linked to the rise.
New research has found that 1.7 million 16-24 year-olds are now living in poverty, almost half a million more than a decade ago.
Glasses of wine are for women only.
La Marseillaise was played ahead of Premier League games in tribute to those killed in last week’s terror attacks in the French capital.
The dog is intended to take the place of Diesel, a police dog who died in a raid in Paris after the attacks.
Six tourists and the pilot died when the sightseeing helicopter plunged into the Fox Glacier during bad weather.
The Met said the relationships were “abusive, deceitful, manipulative and wrong”.
“Every single doctor would respond in the usual way to a major incident,” one doctor told BuzzFeed News.
Ninety-eight per cent of the doctors balloted said they were prepared to take part in strike action.
Health secretary Jeremy Hunt has urged the British Medical Association to “come back to the table” over the disputed new contracts for junior doctors.
Medical staff have been holding #MeetTheDoctors meetings across the UK to personally explain to people why they feel industrial action may be necessary.
European Union leaders had invited people to take part in the tribute on Monday.
The anonymous player left mourners speechless.
“I am sure the England team and our fans will play their part and show solidarity with our French friends,” England manager Roy Hodgson said, welcoming the decision.
Thousands of people stood in the rain to show solidarity and mourn those killed.
The north terminal was evacuated and a French man has been charged with possession of an air rifle and a knife, Sussex police said.
Donations at weekly blood drives surged in a display of national solidarity.
Travel continued as normal in the wake of Friday’s attacks, but many people chose not to travel.