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Services across the country are struggling and a postcode lottery is determining if children are taken into care, a report reveals. . (read more)


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Melenchon voters must persevere for social change

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The situation is grave for France but there is new hope for a reinvention of the left, says PIERRE LAURENT (read more)

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Are we losing our Caribbean heritage?

27-4-2017 4:00 PM | voice-online | similar news

Fears have been expressed that the political and social legacy of the Windrush Generation could be lost, writes Glen Munro Written By:  Glen Munro, with additional reporting by Andrea Photiou and Leah Sinclair THOUSA (read more)

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Corbyn promises 1m new homes

28-4-2017 12:02 AM | morningstaronline | similar news

ONE MILLION new homes would be built over five years under a Labour government, Jeremy Corbyn pledged yesterday. Half of these homes would be council or housing association properties to help alleviate the housing crisis, he added while on the campaign trail in Harlow, at a time when the. (read more)

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There was victory for a pair of Devon mums this morning after it was stated Vauxhall had shown a "reckless disregard for safety" by not stopping motorists driving Zafira B vehicles it knew were a fire risk.The manufacturer was too slow to begin a full investigation and then acted prematurely in attributing the problem to improper repairs by third parties, according to a damning report by (read more)

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An outspoken Devon police sergeant today renewed calls to introduce spit hoods for suspects despite fears it will make them look like Guantanamo Bay terror suspects. Harry Tangye, who has 25 years service, said officers today felt 'like punchbags' and one addict who spat in his face later died from a fatal overdose. (read more)

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