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The Government has confirmed it will bring in legislation to stop teenagers and children experiencing mental health problems being held in police cells. Home Secretary Theresa May said that there was “no place for [keeping children in police cells] in our society”. Care Minister Norman Lamb added that keeping mentall...
Labour press release Kate Green MP, Labour's Shadow Minister for Disabled People, responding to DisabledGo's audit of high street access for people with disabilit...
Ed Balls has his Grade 4 piano exam tomorrow*. Last week he told me that this particular test was 'far more stressful' than the Autumn Statement. “I’ve been pr...
MenCap press release 1 in 5 people with a learning disability turned away at polling stations In a new survey published today, Mencap reveals that people with a ...
By Matt Foster Disabled people could be missing out on emergency money meant to offset the impact of welfare changes, the Government has been warned. Under De...
Next big medical breakthrough should be in mental health – Nick Clegg The UK should lead the world in understanding and treating mental illness, Nick Clegg said to...
20/06/2014 on Today, BBC Radio 4
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