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Daily News Briefing - 2 March 2015


The Guardian

Many pupils are expelled illegally and not as a last resort, charity alleges

 

The Telegraph

David Cameron: Tories will build 200,000 discount homes for first-time buyers

 

The Independent

Families clubbing together to build their own affordable accommodation

 

The Times

Coalition guide on how to lose friends and alienate people

 

BBC News

Drug-drive changes and "drugalysers" come into force

 

Daily Mail

Ban drivers caught on their mobile: Treat crime like drink driving says police chief

 

The Guardian

Liberal Democrats propose extra bank charge to help eliminate deficit

 

The Telegraph

Bill for asylum seekers bed and board hits £726,000 a day

 

The Independent

Sixty five young adults and teenagers have died in prison in last four years, report finds

 

The Times

Long-winded arm of the law gets email writing tips

 

BBC News

Coalition row over 'hate preachers' on university campuses

 

Daily Mail

Licence fee is outdated, admits BBC boss: Lord Hall thinks changes are needed to secure the Corporation's future

 

The Guardian

Hospital catering reforms are 'hopelessly weak', says Prue Leith

 

The Telegraph

Tube workers to strike over sacking of driver who failed two alcohol breath tests

 

The Independent

Private hospitals ‘lack facilities to deal with emergencies’, study finds

 

The Times

Cuts in red tape cancelled out by burden of EU rules

 

BBC News

Child health should be election issue, say doctors

 

Daily Mail

'Ban junk food adverts before 9pm': Two thirds of people say foods high in fat, sugar or salt should not be promoted before the watershed

 

Comment

 

The Guardian

The Guardian view on food security: if the dreamers lose, we face a nightmare

 

The Telegraph

Lord Saatchi's drugs bill has been let down by politics

 

The Independent

The BBC deserves to be placed on a secure financial footing

 

The Times

Immigration Emergency

 

Daily Mail

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