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Care home staff should be recruited based on their compassion, according to a report.
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The Channel 4 documentary Proud and Prejudiced last night showed extremism in Luton.
The former head of Marks & Spencer has defended the government's work experience scheme.
Dawn French is photographed in many of the papers today with her new partner.
Some mums have criticised Facebook for removing photos of a woman breastfeeding.
Under £1 a year per pupil is spent on R.E according to the Religious and Society Programme
The Alzheimers Society says more people in our area have been diagnosed with dementia.
The Road Haulage Association has criticised a plan to let learner drivers on the motorway.
Footage uploaded to the internet today shows a bus driver hitting a cyclist off the road.
Misleading SAT NAV'S caused over £200m in damage to cars since 2011, a new survey says.
David Cameron is calling for the drinks industry to do more to help tackle binge drinking.
In the Telegraph this morning Baroness Warsi says religion is being "sidelined" in the UK.
Justin Dealey sits in: Has addiction damaged your family?
Ice and snow continue to affect many parts of the UK today with snow falling overnight.
Both towns are hoping the Queen awards them city status during the Jubilee celebrations.
Argentina will complain to the UN about what it calls "militarisation" of the Falklands.
1 in 5 shops in Dunstable is empty according to figures published today.
It's sixty years ago today that the Queen took to the throne.
Children will get legal rights to have relationships with both parents after separation.
The Mayor of Bedford is writing to petrol retailers to ask why prices are so high there.
Fred Goodwin, former chief executive of RBS has had his knighthood annulled.