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Wildlife lovers march to raise awareness of the plight of Britain’s nature
Thousands of wildlife enthusiasts gathered from across the UK to take part in a ‘people’s walk’ through London to raise awareness of the catastrophic declines in Britain’s plants and animals.
Britain’s medical watchdog chief faces calls to step down over Bawa-Garba case
Hospital doctors are calling for the head of Britain’s medical regulator to stand down over his handling of the case of a pediatrician who was struck off following the death of a six-year-old boy.
Britain’s McDonald: Europeans' acting differently from US an important signal
By Farzam Vanaki
Britain’s teacher shortage 'costing millions in supply staff'
Teachers' union leaders are warning that teacher shortages are costing UK schools hundreds of millions of pounds in temporary supply staff.
Report: Britain’s poorest risk malnutrition
Recent government figures have shown Britain’s poorest 10 percent are at risk of malnutrition because of rising food prices.
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