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England feel-good factor dented by familiar failings
England returned from Russia filled with hope after a World Cup that promised a brighter future with a run to the semifinals for the first time in 28 years.
Study reveals rise in children raised in squalid rental homes in England
A quarter of a million families bringing up babies and infants in England are living in privately rented accommodation that fails to meet the decent homes standard, it has emerged.
Former Bank of England governor slams Brexit approach
A former governor of the Bank of England has warned that Britain will remain as closely as possible to the European Union after it officially leaves the bloc in March, predicting that the government of Prime Minister Theresa May would fail to reach an exit deal with the EU.
78% of adults face premature death in England: Study
A new study carried out by a UK government health agency has indicated that nearly four out of five adults in England face early death because of heart damage from unhealthy lifestyles.
Government proposes energy drinks ban for children
The sale of energy drinks could be banned in England to anybody under 18, amid fears they are damaging children's health, the prime minister has said.
21-year-old man arrested in England over killing of mother, daughter
A 21-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of murdering a mother and daughter who were stabbed to death in Solihull in the West Midlands of England.
Rise in type 2 diabetes in young people in England and Wales
The number of children and young people being treated for type 2 diabetes in England and Wales has gone up from 507 to 715 in four years, new figures show.
Prisoners in England face fresh crackdown on drugs, violence, phones
Prisoners in England are to face a fresh crackdown on drugs, violence and smuggled mobile phones as part of a £10-million drive to turn around 10 of the worst-performing jails in the country.
Heatwave reveals hidden archeological sites across England
The summer heatwave has revealed new secrets of England’s buried history to archeologists surveying the countryside from the air, Historic England said.
Bowel cancer screening to start earlier at age 50 in England
Bowel cancer screening in England is to start earlier, at age 50, Public Health England has announced.
England reports considerable surge in hospital sepsis deaths
Authorities in England have recorded a one-third increase in the number of sepsis deaths in hospitals, a problem many blame on staff shortages and overcrowding on wards.
Defendants 'gaming system' in England to get domestic violence cases dropped
Defendants are ‘gaming the system’ in Specialist Domestic Violence Courts (SDVC) by intimidating partners into not appearing in the expectation that magistrates will drop charges, a critical report warned.
England’s Kent may turn into a giant lorry park after Brexit: Report
A report has revealed that British authorities are planning to turn key corridors in the province of Kent, including a major highway leading to the Channel, to a giant lorry park in case United Kingdom fails to reach a deal with the European Union on how it should leave the bloc next year.
Maternity units 'could prevent 600 stillbirths a year in England'
About 600 stillbirths a year in England could be prevented if maternity units followed national best practice, Britain’s health service said.
Belgium 'deserved' historic World Cup finish, Martinez says
A third-place finish at the World Cup on Saturday leaves a strong legacy for Belgian football, coach Roberto Martinez said, as he declared the tournament a success for his team.

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