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Daily News Briefing - 30 July 2015


The Guardian

Nicky Morgan vows to ease needless bureaucracy for teachers

 

The Times

PM pledges to remove more illegal immigrants

 

The Independent

Jeremy Corbyn wins backing of Unison trade union in race for the Labour leadership

 

BBC News

Higher debts may deter poor students from university, says report

 

Daily Mail

Vital surgery rationed by NHS bosses: Patients needing joint replacements or hearing aids are being 'fobbed off' as managers desperately try to save money

 

The Telegraph

'Easy' degrees are fueling drunken laddish behaviour, school association head says

 

The Guardian

Court rejects government appeal over fast-track detention of asylum seekers

 

The Times

Paracetamol could save hundreds after strokes

 

The Independent

House of Lords: 20 peers claim £1.6m during past five years – and never speak in debates

 

BBC News

One in five elderly has 'no-one to turn to', warns charity

 

The Telegraph

New laws to end early retirement rip-off

 

The Guardian

Cameron tells pornography websites to restrict access by children or face closure

 

The Times

Celebrities ‘arrogant’ for opposing sex trade policy

 

The Independent

Anti-corruption campaigners furious as Government considers softening Bribery Act

 

The Telegraph

Is the 'manopause' more widespread than we thought?

 

Comment

 

The Guardian

The Guardian view on the new guidelines for end-of-life care

 

The Times

City for Sale

 

The Independent

University challenge: Tuition fees must not be allowed to creep ever higher

 

The Telegraph

Simply spending more on the NHS is not the answer

 

Daily Mail

DAILY MAIL COMMENT: It is time to end this migrant madness

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