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Daily News Briefing - 16 October 2014


The Times

No 10 seeks emergency brake on immigration

 

The Guardian

Rotherham child sexual abuse scandal is tip of iceberg, says police chief

 

The Independent

The great British money launderette: At least 19 UK firms under investigation for an alleged conspiracy to make $20bn of dirty money seem legitimate

 

The Telegraph

Assisted dying: more than 300 terminally ill people a year committing suicide

 

BBC News

Cost of dying 'rose more than 10% last year'

 

Daily Mail

Police blast five people with Tasers EVERY day: Figures show use of controversial weapons has soared in the past year

 

The Times

UK sees record fall in unemployment

 

The Guardian

Labour unveils plan to give local people a leg up on housing ladder

 

The Independent

Lord Freud hangs on as MPs of all parties 'call for his head' over disability comments

 

The Telegraph

Don't drop your regional accent just to get a job, employment minister says

 

BBC News

Owen Paterson in 'lights out' warning over emissions target

 

Daily Mail

Foreign criminals finally stripped of right to launch 'conveyor belt' of appeals to avoid deportation: New laws will reduce number of grounds they can contest removal to four

 

The Times

Girl kept as slave awarded £100,000 compensation

 

The Guardian

Mistakes cost NHS up to £2.5bn a year, says health secretary Jeremy Hunt

 

The Independent

'Prolific' thief banned from all London drinking venues for 25 years in first Asbo of its kind

 

The Telegraph

Revenge porn Bill upsets British nudists

 

BBC News

School absence in England falls, figures show

 

Daily Mail

Get off the sofa three times a week to beat the blues: Exercising regularly found to reduce chance of depression by 16%

 

Comment

 

The Times

Growing Pains

 

The Guardian

The Guardian view on UK jobs: quantity, but not quality

 

The Telegraph

'Parking’ suspects on indefinite bail is unjust

 

Daily Mail

A £1.3trillion bill for Miliband’s green folly

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