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Daily News Briefing -  23 July 2014


The Guardian

Rise and fall in heroin use key factor in crime trends, study suggests

 

The Telegraph

EU free movement rules being exploited by drugs runners and human traffickers, says Government study

 

The Times

Cost of tax IT project doubles as contractor takes £1bn profit

 

The Independent

Labour pledges to increase women in senior civil service posts

 

BBC News

'Fewer university offers' for minority groups

 

Daily Mail

Care homes 'exploit elderly by ratcheting up their fees': Care Minister pledges to end 'unacceptable exploitation' of families

 

The Guardian

Schools face new curbs on extremism after Birmingham Trojan horse affair

 

The Telegraph

Be your own boss, employment minister tells pupils

 

The Times

Loss of parent in childhood increases risk of early death

 

The Independent

Government accused of setting 'meaningless targets' on fuel poverty

 

Daily Mail

Millions of pensions to be hit by controversial changes slipped in by the Government just before its summer break

 

The Guardian

Disabled 'fit for work' assessments flawed and should be scrapped – MPs

 

The Telegraph

Middle class children to miss out as poor prioritised

 

The Guardian

Youth unemployment predicted to fall as employers' attitudes shift

 

The Independent

Teenagers who 'sext' each other could land themselves on sex offenders register

 

Comment

 

The Telegraph

No more Trojan horses

 

The Guardian

Christine Jones: 'I want people in crisis to go to hospital'

 

The Times

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