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23/06/2010

The MS Society is closing residential care centres in a move towards a more 'personalised service'. Is this a model for respite care that other charities might follow?

The MS Society is closing residential care centres and moving towards a more "personalised service". Is this a model for respite care that other charities might follow? The National Passenger Survey of rail users has been published - what are the results? Why some ex-pats in France are having their food shopping shipped in from the UK. And could wind turbines attached to giant kites really be an energy source for the future?

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53 minutes

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Wed 23 Jun 2010 12:04

Chapters

  • Landlords and the Budget

    Professional landlords tell us what the Budget's plans on Housing Allowance will mean for their business.

    Duration: 10:14

  • Rail Satisfaction Survey

    The results of the National Passenger Survey have been published. What do rail travellers make of their services?

    Duration: 08:13

  • World Cup and PR

    More press releases with a tenuous link to the football. And a PR professional explains why the tournament has been good news for her industry.

    Duration: 08:30

  • Social Housing

    Sir Bob Kerslake, chief executive of the Homes and Communities Agency, responds to the Budget.

    Duration: 06:58

  • Lost Rhododendrons

    How the Lost Gardens of Heligan in Cornwall saved a rare species of plant from extinction - and how you can now buy it in the gift shop!

    Duration: 03:36

  • Respite Care

    he Multiple Sclerosis Society is closing its residental care centres they use to offer respite to suffererers. Instead, they will use the money to offer a more personalised form of respite care.

    Duration: 07:39

  • Ex-Pat Food Shopping

    Expats living in France are having supermarket food delivered to them because of greater choice and cheaper produce.

    Duration: 05:30

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