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Long hours driving record numbers of UK’s NHS staff to quit
Record numbers of burned-out staff of the UK’s National Health Service (NHS) are quitting because they are fed up with spending too much time at work and not enough with their families, new research revealed.
Huge scale of UK’s £500m drug industry revealed
The scale of the UK’s ‘county lines’ trade, in which criminal networks exploit thousands of children and vulnerable adults to funnel hard drugs from cities to towns and rural areas, is greater than British crime-fighting chiefs previously thought, with a fresh assessment revealing a £500-million industry linked to murder and sexual exploitation.
UK’s Labour pledges £100m a year to help rough sleepers in winter
The UK’s Labour has pledged £100 million a year in additional help for rough sleepers in cold weather, which the party says is key to reducing the unacceptably high number of homeless people who die each year in Britain.
UK’s Big Issue to trial card readers after steep decline in carrying cash
With cash no longer king and electronic payments on the rise in the UK as well as other parts of the world, there is less and less of the spare change that homeless people and many charities rely on around.
UK’s botanical treasure troves 'under huge threat'
A million plants from every corner of the globe are tucked away inside the cabinets that line the walls.
UK’s numbers of elderly in 24-hour care set to double by 2035
The number of people aged 85 and over needing 24-hour care in the UK is set to double, said a new study, as an expert warned the care system is ‘at breaking point’.
UK’s Heathrow Airport passport queues reach 2.5 hours
Delays at Heathrow Airport passport control, London, left passengers queuing for up to two and a half hours last month, figures show.
UK’s domestic abuse victims left without support due to crime recording failures
The UK’s Police have have been ordered to improve the way they record crime after an inspection found domestic abuse survivors and other victims in the country were not being given support.
UK’s student doctor numbers to rise by 25%
The number of medical school places will increase by 25 percent from 2018 under plans to make England ‘self-sufficient’ in training doctors.

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