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Daily News Briefing - 23 October 2014


The Guardian

Theresa May: police use Tasers too often against mentally ill

 

The Independent

Electoral Commission unfit for purpose, claims think tank with links to Number 10

 

The Times

NHS: the £8 billion black hole

 

BBC News

NHS acting as 'barrier to families'

 

The Telegraph

Turn your thermostats down and help save planet, elderly told

 

The Guardian

Bank of England chief economist ‘gloomier’ about UK prospects

 

The Independent

Thousands with degenerative conditions classified as 'fit to work in future' – despite no possibility of improvement

 

The Times

Archbishop: Church must end secrecy of confession

 

BBC News

Code of practice for religious schools shelved

 

The Telegraph

A million over 50s 'forced out of their jobs'

 

The Guardian

Clock change 'good for child health'

 

The Independent

More women are in work in Britain than ever before

 

The Times

Opening up justice: UK Supreme Court marks five years of public access

 

BBC News

Disability hate crime convictions drop, says CPS

 

The Telegraph

Lessons in cybersecurity launched for schoolchildren

 

The Guardian

Initiative promises legal advice for those without lawyers in courts

 

The Times

Parents must work longer hours to claim benefits

 

BBC News

Nearly 200 prisoners mistakenly freed since 2010

 

The Telegraph

Four Coalition moves that hit stay-at-home mothers

 

Comment

 

The Guardian

The Guardian view on the Forward View: at last the debate the NHS deserves

 

The Independent

How could the Government have allowed its appointments to the child abuse inquiry to prove so contentious?

 

The Times

Crisis in the NHS

 

The Telegraph

The scandal of Europe’s ever-expanding budget

All media enquiries to CSJ Communications Officer, Ross Reid

t: 0207 592 1160

m: 07780 707 322

e: ross.reid@centreforsocialjustice.org.uk