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post 06 March 2015
Read more on FactCheck Does the growing migrant population give more than it takes?

Immigration is rarely out of the headlines. With Ukip making it a key election issue, David Cameron has had to sit up and take notice. Here are the facts.

post 03 March 2015
Read more from Victoria Macdonald on her blog Pattern of failures that put babies' lives at risk

A "catalogue of failures at almost every level" is linked to the death of three mothers and 16 babies at Furness General Hospital.

video 02 March 2015 UK

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Targeting living wage for carers - video

Channel 4 News gets an exclusive look at a plan by the Resolution Foundation to have the living wage paid to every home care worker, a sector blighted by low pay.

post 02 March 2015
Read more from Victoria Macdonald on her blog 'A baby died an avoidable death': one family's fight for justice

Although the inquiry looks only at Morecambe Bay, it is clear that many of the problems the families faced following the deaths of their babies are far from unique.

article 26 February 2015 UK
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Hospital neglect: 'my father was forgotten to death'

The son of a pensioner, who died of dehydration at an NHS hospital, tells Channel 4 News his father was "forgotten to death", as figures reveal the scale of undernourishment deaths while in care.

post 26 February 2015
Read more from Victoria Macdonald on her blog Savile's offending in NHS 'scarcely credible'

The story of Jimmy Savile's offending in NHS hospitals is unusual to the point of being scarcely credible. That is the opening line from Kate Lampard's report.

article 24 February 2015 UK
Peanuts
Let them eat nuts - and five other food fad U-turns

Eating peanut products at a young age dramatically cuts the risk of allergy, research suggests. Here are five other food studies that busted public opinion.

article 23 February 2015 World, United States
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Julianne Moore scoops best actress Oscar for Still Alice

Julianne Moore wins an academy award for her role as a university professor with Alzheimer's disease in Still Alice. Here she discusses the ignorance still associated with dementia.

article 23 February 2015 UK
Alex Kelly
Simon Israel by 'Could have been saved': failing the mentally ill in prison

A major inquiry has found the government at risk of breaching human rights over repeated failures to learn lessons in preventing tragedies of the mentally ill behind bars.