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Head warns of 'ticking time bomb' in schools
telegraph.feedsportal.com

Sir Anthony Seldon has called for schools to give over part of their timetable to a ‘daily stillness period’ to prevent mental health issues among young people

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Concern for missing mother and two month old baby
telegraph.feedsportal.com

Jennifer Winstanley Inglis, 30, and her baby daughter Millie Mae Winstanley were last seen at around 7pm on Boxing Day

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UK fares subsidise rail travellers in Germany, France and Netherlands
www.dailymail.co.uk

State-owned operators in Germany, France and the Netherlands are said to transfer home their profits from UK rail services, helped by taxpayer subsidies and higher fares than in their own countries.

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Two dead in tragic New Year's Eve house fire: Neighbours tried to reach the victims who were recovered by London Fire Brigade
www.dailymail.co.uk

Neighbours battled to save two people who died in a tragic house fire in Asmead Road, Lewisham, pictured, last night after they spotted smoke and flames coming from the building at 9.41pm.

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EPHRAIM HARDCASTLE: Queen alerted to 'misleading' advert using picture of Balmoral to sell 'lord and lady' titles on land with no connection to royal estate 
www.dailymail.co.uk

The Queen has been alerted about the use of a photograph of her Scottish castle, Balmoral, in promotional material selling ‘lord and lady of the manor’ titles, writes EPHRAIM HARDCASTLE.

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Ebola nurse taxi driver blasts screening procedures that let her leave Heathrow
www.mirror.co.uk

Health officials contacted the driver – a grandfather in his late 40s – shortly after it was confirmed the nurse had the virus

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Baby's early arrival leaves parents stranded in New York for three months with £130,000 medical bill
www.mirror.co.uk

Baby Dax was born 11 weeks early after mum Katie Amos went into labour during a sightseeing trip with fiance Lee Johnston

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Ebola nurse Pauline Cafferkey sealed in a plastic tent to contain killer virus
www.mirror.co.uk

The nurse, who contracted the bug in Sierra Leone, is in the high-level isolation unit at the world-renowned Royal Free Hospital in Hampstead, North London

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David Cameron in cronyism row after appointing a former Tory minister
www.mirror.co.uk

The Prime Minister named Conservative peer Angela Browning as chairman of the advisory committee on business appointments

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Britannia rules the airwaves with top 10 albums
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UK ACTS led by Ed Sheeran have filled the entire top 10 of best-selling artist albums over the past 12 months for the first time, according to new figures from the British music industry.

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