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Drugs test at work, prepaid cash cards and holistic treatments for homeless patients.
A north London hospital is planning to close half its site and sell the buildings.
Great British figures are being celebrated in a new test for would be citizens.
Nearly half of all babies are now born to women aged thirty or older.
Should high-rise blocks be knocked down and replaced with terraced homes?
Good careers guidance has been highlighted as important to social mobility.
A third of Londoners say they would not talk to a friend about a mental health issue.
A sharp fall in the number of children admitted to hospital with severe asthma.
Lance Armstrong has admitted using performance enhancing drugs.
The latest on the London helicopter crash and Blockbuster goes into administration.
Investigations are underway to find out how beefburgers containing horsemeat went on sale.
HMV is to appoint an administrator and a breast cancer drug for 'high risk' women.
London children are missing out on primary school places because of competitive parents.
London is standing by for a blast of cold weather.
Broadcaster Andrew Marr is recovering in hospital after suffering a stroke.
The brother of Stephen Lawrence has complained to the Metropolitan Police.
Almost eighteen million prescriptions for sleeping pills were written last year.
More than a million better-off families will lose some or all of their child benefit.
Raising the standards of care in the NHS.
Obese and unhealthy people could face benefit cuts.
Above inflation fare rises have come into force on London's transport network.