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Clarissa Baldwin, chief executive of Dogs Trust, examines news that all dogs in England will need to be micro chipped to help tackle the growing problem of strays roaming the streets, Environment Secretary Owen Paterson will announce today.
The public inquiry into the biggest scandal in the history of the NHS - hundreds of deaths caused by poor care at Mid Staffordshire Hospital Trust is published today. Today presenter Sarah Montague reports and Mike Farrar, chief executive of the NHS Confederation, looks into where nursing fell down.
MEPs vote today to end overfishing and ban discards of unwanted dead fish. Richard Benyon, the Fisheries Minister, explains why the vote is necessary.
The public inquiry into the biggest scandal in the history of the NHS is published today. Today reporter Andrew Hosken asks whether something has gone wrong with the management culture at the NHS.