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It's estimated by 2050, more than 106 million people worldwide will be living with Dementia. Around 800,000 people are currently diagnosed with the disease in the UK, but it's thought around the same number could be living with the condition without a diagnosis. We find out what can be done to slow down it's progression. Plus we get reaction from Christine Blower from the National Teachers Union about Michael Gove's reappointment as Education Secretary to Party Whip, as part of the biggest Cabinet reshuffle since the coalition came to power four years ago.

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Tue 15 Jul 2014 12:00