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24/11/2016

Analysis suggests living standards are set to be worse than after the financial crisis. A Manchester hospital trust apologises for what it calls "unacceptable situations".

Independent analysis suggests living standards are set to be worse than in the years following the financial crisis. We crunch the numbers with a former Cabinet minister.
As a Manchester hospital trust apologises for what it calls "unacceptable situations" the local MP tells us it's failures are "shocking", and a mother tells us her son was left disabled after being failed by the trust.
More than fifty calls have been made to the new hotline set up for victims of sexual abuse at football clubs. Scottish International Pat Nevin tells us of the abuse that went on when he was in academy football.
And, could killer bacteria be the new weapon in the battle against microbial resistance.

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