News archive from 31 July 2013, page 12

Meeting to decide on strike ballot

Postal workers' leaders will join a special two-day conference to decide whether to hold a national strike ballot over jobs, pensions and other issues linked to Royal Mail privatisation. Around 500 Communication Workers Union (CWU) representatives...

 

Fears for missing young sisters

Scotland Yard has said it is "very concerned" for the safety of three young sisters who went missing from a day centre in London. Shaventelle Downer, five, and identical twins Shania and Shamina Rose, 12, disappeared from the centre in St...

 

Woman dead, girl hurt in stab spree

A teenage girl was stabbed in the head and hands as she tried to save her sister from a fatal knife attack, police have said. The 17-year-old is in a serious condition in hospital and her 28-year-old sister died after they were attacked at a flat in...

 

22 law firms on hacking-link list

A total of 22 law firms feature on a list of organisations and individuals linked to rogue private investigators, MPs have revealed. Legal firms feature most heavily on a list of 102 names passed to the Home Affairs Select Committee by the Serious...

 

Crackdown on whiplash claims urged

Insurers must "get their house in order" and end practices which encourage fraud and exaggeration in vehicle whiplash injury claims, a report by MPs has said. Ministers should consider reducing the limitation period for road accident...

 

Meeting to decide on strike ballot

Postal workers' leaders will join a special two-day conference to decide whether to hold a national strike ballot over jobs, pensions and other issues linked to Royal Mail privatisation. Around 500 Communication Workers Union (CWU) representatives...

 

Woman dead, girl hurt in stab spree

A teenage girl was stabbed in the head and hands as she tried to save her sister from a fatal knife attack, police have said. The 17-year-old is in a serious condition in hospital and her 28-year-old sister died after they were attacked at a flat in...

 

Fears for missing young sisters

Scotland Yard has said it is "very concerned" for the safety of three young sisters who went missing from a day centre in London. Shaventelle Downer, five, and identical twins Shania and Shamina Rose, 12, disappeared from the centre in St...

 

Fears for missing young sisters

Scotland Yard has said it is "very concerned" for the safety of three young sisters who went missing from a day centre in London. Shaventelle Downer, five, and identical twins Shania and Shamina Rose, 12, disappeared from the centre in St...

 

Fears for missing young sisters

Scotland Yard has said it is "very concerned" for the safety of three young sisters who went missing from a day centre in London. Shaventelle Downer, five, and identical twins Shania and Shamina Rose, 12, disappeared from the centre in St...

 

22 law firms on hacking-link list

A total of 22 law firms feature on a list of organisations and individuals linked to rogue private investigators, MPs have revealed. Legal firms feature most heavily on a list of 102 names passed to the Home Affairs Select Committee by the Serious...

 

Fears for missing young sisters

Scotland Yard has said it is "very concerned" for the safety of three young sisters who went missing from a day centre in London. Shaventelle Downer, five, and identical twins Shania and Shamina Rose, 12, disappeared from the centre in St...

 

Fears for missing young sisters

Scotland Yard has said it is "very concerned" for the safety of three young sisters who went missing from a day centre in London. Shaventelle Downer, five, and identical twins Shania and Shamina Rose, 12, disappeared from the centre in St...

 

Crackdown on whiplash claims urged

Insurers must "get their house in order" and end practices which encourage fraud and exaggeration in vehicle whiplash injury claims, a report by MPs has said. Ministers should consider reducing the limitation period for road accident...

 

We're a nation of pill poppers: New figures reveal Britons are prescribed a record 1,900 tablets every MINUTE

Britons are taking more prescription drugs than ever, with the number of medicines topping one billion for the first time. The record total equates to 2.7million prescription items a day or over 1,900 a minute. New figures show the number of medicines...

Daily Mail, 00:57 in Health
 


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