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Daily News Briefing - 27 August 2015


The Guardian

Labour has duty to resolve 'mess' of hospital PFI deals, says Jeremy Corbyn

 

The Times

Lawyers v doctors: counting the cost of clinical negligence

 

The Independent

Metropolitan Police using social-media savvy young Muslims to stop online radicalisation

 

The Sun

Cop secret

 

BBC News

Blood test 'detects cancer relapse'

 

The Telegraph

NHS children's units under threat from rise in female doctors

 

Daily Mail

The great VAT mystery: Confusing rules mean healthy items such as raisins have food tax while chocolate cake does not (but do YOU know which ones have added cost?)

 

The Guardian

Council use of bailiffs to chase debts jumps 16% in two years, charity reports

 

The Times

Jeremy Corbyn’s women-only rail plan hits the buffers

 

The Independent

Campaigners want to ditch George Osborne's Yorkshire devolution plans and create Northern Powerhouse

 

BBC News

Teachers hired in recessions get better results, says US study

 

The Telegraph

Drop immigration 'tens of thousands' pledge, influential think-tank tells ministers

 

Daily Mail

Will petrol break the £1 barrier? New supermarket price war slashes 2p off unleaded and raises prospect of drivers getting change from a pound for a litre

 

The Guardian

Northern Scotland suffering teacher shortage with 300 posts unfilled

 

The Times

The ‘Great Fall of China’ and your savings

 

The Independent

The Tories are punishing business with their 'bizarre' immigration target, industry group says

 

BBC News

UK annual house price growth lowest since June 2013

 

The Telegraph

Nicola Sturgeon demands new Scottish BBC TV channel

 

Daily Mail

Homeowners stampede to switch to cheap mortgage deals: Number taking new loans hit four-year high last month amid fears record low rates are coming to an end


Comment

 

The Guardian

The Guardian view on the Chilcot delays: undermining his own work

 

The Times

Lords Above

 

The Independent

Nowt taken out: The Northern Powerhouse is inspiring a Greater Yorkshire

 

The Sun

Must curb Corb

 

The Telegraph

Lords must be smaller and representative

 

Daily Mail

DAILY MAIL COMMENT: Chilcot's bumbling insults our war dead

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