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Save the Children investigates how British nurse caught Ebola
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Pauline Cafferkey, a nurse from Blantyre in South Lanarkshire (Picture: PA) Save the Children is investigating how volunteer nurse Pauline Cafferkey was infected with the Ebola virus in Sierra Leone before returning to Britain. The charity has promised to ‘leave no stone unturned’ in its investigation – which will look at procedures for putting on and removing protective […]

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PM’s ebola concern as nurse ‘critical’
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THE Prime Minister has said ebola is the “uppermost thing” on his mind after hearing that the condition of Scottish nurse Pauline Cafferkey is deteriorating and is “critical”.

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Train fares go up again: Why privatising the railways was the worst thing to happen to British transport
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Train fares have risen yet again (Picture: PA) Are you angry? I am, and I’ve not even boarded a train yet this year. I always feel a dull, resolute anger when I consider the overcrowded trains and appalling service that so many of us pay extortionate prices to use. The latest kick in the teeth is […]

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101 Reasons to Hate Katie Hopkins
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Well come on… you didn’t expect me to actually go there did you? Really? Well, as the founder of The Fat Girls Guide to Running blog and the Too Fat to Run campaign I prefer to focus on love not hate, so rather than run through the characteristics of that unfortunate woman, much of which […]

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Eating Disorders and Our Children – A Problem That Demands More Attention
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At a time of year when so much of our focus has been on food, we should pause to consider those whose relationship with what they eat is a serious concern. Our understanding has developed about the various forms of mental illness which can be grouped under the umbrella term ‘eating disorders’. We are more […]

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EU bureaucrats put a damper on the Sunday roast
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BRUSSELS bureaucrats are putting the Sunday roast at risk by targeting ovens to advance their green agenda.

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Search for ship’s survivors called off
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RESCUERS last night called off a search for survivors from a bulk cement carrier which overturned in the Pentland Firth – one of the world’s most treacherous stretches of sea.

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PM's daughter will go to state school
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DAVID Cameron’s daughter Nancy is set to be offered a place at a state secondary school close to Downing Street, it was reported yesterday.

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Taliban's Ehsanullah Ehsan used LinkedIn to boost his career
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Ehsanullah Ehsan listed himself on LinkedIn as a spokesman for the TTP Jamaat Ahrar – a splinter group of the Pakistani Taliban. He inlcuded information such as employment history.

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Retired workers could get the right to sell their pensions 
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Millions of retired workers could be given the right to sell their pensions under plans being floated by Liberal Democrat pensions ministers Steve Webb.

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