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Daily News Briefing - 15 April 2014


BBC News

Families have less time together, teachers warn

 

The Independent

Global Drug Survey 2014: UK has the most delusional drinkers

 

The Telegraph

EU Bill of Rights becoming a reality, says European Commission

 

The Times

Children dropped at school for 10-hour days

 

The Guardian

Four lessons for the NHS on how to manage an ageing workforce

 

BBC News

Disabled people 'pay penalty' on everyday costs

 

The Telegraph

NHS faces 'significant cuts' without more funding

 

The Times

Youth unemployment ‘will not fall back to pre-recession levels until 2018’

 

The Independent

Neville Lawrence: Police still treat black community like 'thieves and robbers'

 

Daily Mail

Labour's election strategy in tatters: 'Cost of living' fears groundless as wages rise

 

BBC News

UK inflation falls to 1.6% in March

 

The Telegraph

One-in-five new primary places ‘created in poor schools’

 

The Guardian

New BBC series shows the increasing difficulties in caring for older people

 

The Times

Councils defy code on ‘town hall Pravdas’

 

Comment

 

The Telegraph

Another EU threat to national sovereignty

 

The Guardian

British politics: a year of living dangerously

 

The Independent

Emergency care: There is not enough money in the NHS to go around – and politics is trumping long-term strategy

 

The Times

At last there’s help for people adopting neglected children

 

The Sun

UK benefits

 

Daily Mail

ALEX BRUMMER: The mounting proof that tax cuts make us ALL richer

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