News archive from 25 September 2012, page 7

Lack of respect and understanding of health staff’s vital role

From: Ruth Pickles, Hutton Road, Hutton Cranswick. I READ with incredulity Jane Dowle’s article (Yorkshire Post, September 17) entitled “Nurses should be taught a lesson in kindness”. What an onslaught of disparagement to the nursing profession! Her...

 

Water firm complaints drop by 12%

Do you enjoy reading fascinating features and riveting columns about the countryside? News Local Regional National Entertainment Showbiz School News Environment Health Sport Local National Updates and Highlights Kelly Column Football Transfers...

 

Stranger danger 'cuts outdoor play'

A lack of safe green spaces, too much traffic and "stranger danger" are stopping parents letting their children play outdoors, research suggests. Excessive health and safety rules, the rise of computer games and other indoor entertainment...

 

Tell the truth about benefits

From: Tim Mickleburgh, Boulevard Avenue, Grimsby. A RECENT survey has shown that more people would like benefits cut than increased. But I wonder if they know just what benefit levels are? For the tabloid press always focus on large families, living...

 

Call to scrap regional pay plans

Do you enjoy reading fascinating features and riveting columns about the countryside? News Local Regional National Entertainment Showbiz School News Environment Health Sport Local National Updates and Highlights Kelly Column Football Transfers...

 

Politicians still look ridiculous in silly season

From: Dr Alastair Cook, Fieldhouse Barn, Austwick. I THOUGHT that, with the coming of the cooler days of September, the ‘silly season’ was over. Two very recent items come to mind. The European Court of Human Rights rules that the imprisonment of...

 

UK firms 'biased against TA troops'

The former head of the Territorial Army has criticised British firms for discriminating against reservists by refusing to employ them because of their part-time military role, it has been reported. Foreign-owned firms are more likely to employ people...

 

Stranger danger 'cuts outdoor play'

Do you enjoy reading fascinating features and riveting columns about the countryside? News Local Regional National Entertainment Showbiz School News Environment Health Sport Local National Updates and Highlights Kelly Column Football Transfers...

 

UK firms 'biased against TA troops'

Do you enjoy reading fascinating features and riveting columns about the countryside? News Local Regional National Entertainment Showbiz School News Environment Health Sport Local National Updates and Highlights Kelly Column Football Transfers...

 
EXCLUSIVE: King of pain Nadal on his struggle to beat career-threatening injury

EXCLUSIVE: King of pain Nadal on his struggle to beat career-threatening injury

This month the most pressing question in tennis has changed. No longer is it: can Andy Murray win a Grand Slam? It is: when will Rafael Nadal be back, and will he be the same Rafa as before?It would be pleasing to report that, three months into his...

Daily Mail, 00:19 in Sport
 

Water firm complaints drop by 12%

Customer complaints in the water industry dropped by almost 12% last year, reaching their lowest level since 2005, according to a report from the Consumer Council for Water. The annual Complaints Report shows 163,027 written complaints were made to...

 

Water firm complaints drop by 12%

Customer complaints in the water industry dropped by almost 12% last year, reaching their lowest level since 2005, according to a report from the Consumer Council for Water. The annual Complaints Report shows 163,027 written complaints were made to...

 

Call to scrap regional pay plans

Most people want the Government to scrap controversial plans for regional pay, believing the move would be unfair on public sector workers, according to new research. A survey of over 1,000 adults for the TUC found that only one in four supported the...

 

Call to scrap regional pay plans

Most people want the Government to scrap controversial plans for regional pay, believing the move would be unfair on public sector workers, according to new research. A survey of over 1,000 adults for the TUC found that only one in four supported the...

 

Stranger danger 'cuts outdoor play'

A lack of safe green spaces, too much traffic and "stranger danger" are stopping parents letting their children play outdoors, research suggests. Excessive health and safety rules, the rise of computer games and other indoor entertainment...

 


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