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Daily News Briefing - 18 May 2015


The Guardian

5,000 disabled adults sexually abused in past two years, NSPCC says

 

The Independent

For-profit schools have no place in Britain, says Tory Education Secretary Nicky Morgan

 

The Telegraph

Len McCluskey threatens split from Labour

 

The Sun

1,000 a day axe their TV licence

 

The Times

Britain takes key role in halting Med traffickers

 

BBC News

Nicky Morgan: Coasting schools 'face intervention'

 

Daily Mail

Charities using dirty tricks to get your details: Marie Curie, RNIB and St John Ambulance have bought lists of donors using unscrupulous data firm

 

The Guardian

JCB boss says EU exit could lift burden of bureaucracy on UK businesses

 

The Independent

Nurses may call strike if Government tries to cut pay as David Cameron vows to deliver 'truly seven-day NHS' plans

 

The Telegraph

Bonfire of the policies as Labour challengers queue up to ditch Ed Miliband's legacy

 

The Sun

Give Me Shelter: Sign our petition

 

The Times

NHS chiefs tell Cameron £8bn election pledge ‘is not enough’

 

BBC News

Mobile phone bans 'improve school exam results'

 

Daily Mail

Fury as Home Office officials claim Establishment sex abuse inquiry could last for EIGHT years

 

The Guardian

Cameron vows to transform NHS into world's first seven-day health service

 

The Independent

Cuts could see Bobby on the beat replaced by an 'almost paramilitary' police service, warns union chief

 

The Telegraph

Jeremy Hunt attacks nursing union for 'ridiculous' strike threat over seven-day NHS

 

The Times

Doctors lead way for ethnic minority jobs

 

Daily Mail

Britain faces first deflation in 55 years: Supermarket price wars and fall in cost of oil have led to drop in cost of living over past 12 months

 

Comment

 

The Guardian

The Guardian view on Labour’s leadership choice: don’t rush it

 

The Telegraph

While Labour implodes the Tories can move on

 

The Sun

A betrayal of the abused

 

The Times

Friends Disunited

 

Daily Mail

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