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Adrian Goldberg presents cutting-edge investigative journalism.
Transgender teenagers say they have been refused NHS treatment.
New computerised dispatch system is causing fire engine delays.
Huge rise in prescriptions for anti-depressants.
The NSPCC is calling for an investigation into illegal doorstep charity bag collections.
Delays in social care assessments causing bed blocking crisis.
Huge increase in referrals to barring service from sports sector.
Ambulance call-outs to prisons in England have risen by nearly 40 per cent in three years.
Simon Rickards says he will die if he does not get in-patient treatment for anorexia.
Fire brigade response times are getting slower.
A paedophile was allowed to re-offend due to police delays.
Family's 800-mile round trip to see daughter in eating disorder unit.
Hundreds of NHS patients and staff referred to government's counter-terrorism programme.
The 300,000 people with disabilities living in unsuitable accommodation.
Umpires in amateur cricket are giving up the game because of verbal and physical abuse.
A suspect is strip-searched by police in London every 20 minutes.
The BMA wants urgent action to tackle prescription drug addiction.
An unlicensed and unproven treatment being illegally sold as a possible cure for cancer.
Debts run up by 113 academy trusts in England 'amount to almost £25m'.
Some online pharmacies are selling antibiotics against national guidelines.
Claims that thousands of women and girls with mental health problems are being failed.
Cases of air rage from drink and drug-fuelled airline passengers 'on the increase'.
Critics attack the government's hate crime action plan following Brexit.
Investigation of cage fighters who risk their health by rapidly losing weight.
With food hygiene inspections falling, experts warn of risks to public health.
Why do hundreds of kids seeking asylum in the UK go missing from care?
Why are serious incidents, some affecting patient safety, rising in the ambulance service?
Councils spent millions of pounds on settlements with departing staff in the past 5 years.
Two teachers a day call a government hotline over fears students are at risk of extremism.
For the first time in a decade, the number of care home beds in England is falling.