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Daily News Briefing - 30 June 2015


The Guardian

Education secretary raises the bar with new 'coasting schools' criteria

 

The Times

Money ‘wasted’ by sending women to jail

 

The Independent

Lancashire councillors' decision to reject fracking 'a serious setback for shale gas in UK'

 

The Sun

Burnham blasts Ed’s anti-business agenda

 

BBC News

Labour leadership: Kendall and Burnham unveil work policies

 

The Telegraph

Job-sharing and flexible hours for soldiers in bid to double female troops

 

The Guardian

School budget cuts undermining pupil premium, says watchdog

 

The Times

51% take more in benefits than they pay in taxes

 

The Independent

Andy Burnham: Upfront fees for workers who go to employment tribunals should be scrapped

 

BBC News

UK's economic growth revised up

 

The Telegraph

UK’s national sperm bank ‘recruits just five donors’

 

The Guardian

Failure in care means bowel surgery patients are dying unnecessarily

 

The Times

Abandon campaign to stay in Europe, minister tells CBI

 

The Independent

Soil erosion a major threat to Britain's food supply, says Government advisory group

 

The Telegraph

English votes for English laws 'before the summer'

 

Comment

 

The Guardian

The Guardian view on Alison Saunders: don’t sack her, back her

 

The Times

Poor Judgment

 

The Independent

Europe's future: The Greek debt crisis is about far more than one country’s fiscal irresponsibility. An entire continent is at stake

 

The Sun

Silent strength

 

The Telegraph

The prosecutor’s future is in doubt

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