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Daily News Briefing - 15 December 2014


The Guardian

Planned cuts to police will endanger the public, says UK’s top police chief

 

The Times

Elderly NHS burden ‘smaller than thought’

 

The Independent

Over-85s ‘want to be called the Real Seniors’

 

The Telegraph

Revealed: Labour MPs told not to campaign on immigration in secret Ukip strategy document

 

BBC News

Benefits cap is getting more into work, research claims

 

The Guardian

Child benefit may be limited to two children, says Iain Duncan Smith

 

The Times

Police chief calls for ‘superforces’

 

The Independent

Boys at a young offenders' institute secured higher achievement rates than the national average for UK pupils

 

The Telegraph

Hospitals and fire services to be run 'outside the public sector'

 

BBC News

Fee-free basic bank accounts agreed in Treasury deal

 

The Guardian

Social supermarket launches in London

 

The Times

Mentally ill teens will no longer be held in police cells

 

The Independent

Millions to feel isolated over Christmas with 400,000 pensioners dreading being alone

 

The Telegraph

Labour attempts to distance itself from ‘don’t mention immigration’ document

 

BBC News

Shift workers 'sicker and fatter'

 

Daily Mail

Burglary is for the older crook: Average age going up as younger criminals opt for drug dealing and internet fraud because it is more lucrative

 

Comment

 

The Guardian

The Observer view on poverty

 

The Times

Make Mine a Large One

 

The Independent

We are being lied to about immigration - it is politicians, not migrants, who have run down our public services

 

The Telegraph

What should we be building today?

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