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Plastic straws, cotton buds to be banned in England next year
Plastic straws, stirrers and cotton buds are to be banned in England from April next year in a move campaigners have welcomed but warned will “only scratch the surface” in tackling the damage that non-degradable waste is doing to the environment.
NHS England loses 6,000 mental health nurses in 10 years
The number of mental health nurses in England has slumped by more than a tenth over the past decade, new figures have revealed.
40 school children excluded daily in England as teen drink, drugs offences rise
More children are being kicked out of school for taking and selling illegal drugs than ever before, according to figures seen exclusively by Sky News.
England’s firms warned over 'duty of care' in cosmetic procedures
England's top doctor said practitioners offering cosmetic procedures should have training to help them protect vulnerable clients from ‘quick fixes’.
Campaign to tackle 'botched' cosmetic procedures
A campaign to tackle "botched" cosmetic procedures is to be launched by the government in England next month.
North England mosque attacked three times in three days
Police in a northern English city have opened an investigation into repeated Islamophobic attacks on a major mosque in the past few days.
Labour considers house price inflation target for Bank of England
The Bank of England could be set a target for house price inflation under plans being explored by the Labour party, with tougher powers to restrict mortgage lending to close the gap between property prices and average incomes.
Tenants in England not being protected from revenge evictions, study finds
Just one in 20 private tenants in England who complain to their council about poor living conditions gets protection from a revenge eviction by their landlord, according to figures released on Monday.
Official figures confirm knife offences hit 9-year high last year
The number of UK crimes related to knives and other offensive weapons in England and Wales were the highest last year since 2009, figures show.
Children's services in England in financial crisis, say charities
England’s child protection and support services are in financial crisis, with the heaviest cuts burden falling disproportionately on the north of the country and in the most deprived areas, research by the UK’s ‘big five’ children’s charities found.
Breakthrough for NHS England as hundreds more men study nursing
The National Health Service (NHS) England has seen a significant rise in the number of men applying to be nurses, following a recruitment drive aimed at changing attitudes towards a career long stereotyped as female-dominated.
Deaf children in England fall behind at school, says charity
Deaf children in England are falling behind their classmates from primary school through to General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) — an academic qualification, generally taken in a number of subjects by pupils in secondary education in the UK — analysis by the National Deaf Children's Society (NDCS) showed.
Nearly 65% of prisoners at women's jail in England 'show signs of brain injury'
Nearly 65 percent of prisoners at a women’s jail in England may have suffered traumatic brain injuries at some point in their lives, a study found.
UK house prices grow fastest in north of England, Midlands
House prices have grown fastest since the UK voted to leave the EU in cities in the Midlands, the north of England, Wales and Scotland, according to the property website Zoopla.
Northeast England will be hit hardest by no-deal Brexit, says CBI
Northeast England would suffer the biggest decline in economic output of any UK region by the middle of the 2030s if the country leaves the EU without a deal, according to an analysis of government figures by Britain’s leading business lobby group.

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