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The panel of the inquiry looking into historic child abuse will meet for the first time today, despite being without a chairperson. It comes after a review into the Home Office’s handling of documents relating to abuse allegations found no evidence of a cover-up, but could not rule one out. Home Secretary Theresa May ...
A press release from the SNP: The announcement of rigorous new standards for hospital food has been welcomed today as a clear statement of intent by the Scottish ...
Labour press release Andy Burnham MP, Labour's Shadow Health Secretary, responding to the National Audit Office's report on the Government's Better Care Fund, ...
Labour press release Liz Kendall MP, Labour’s Shadow Minister for Care and Older People, responding to a story on the Better Care Fund, said: "Patients and taxpa...
Sarah Champion said she could “almost guarantee” that another report in the style of Alexis Jay’s inquiry into child sexual exploitation in Rotherham, would come out...
A press release from Baroness Walmsley: Joan Walmsley wins government concessions in campaign against child abuse Lib Dem Peer, Baroness (Joan) Walmsley has succ...
28/10/2014 on PM, BBC Radio 4
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