Mental health patients are being repeatedly restrained, face-down, despite government guidance that says the practice should rarely, if ever, be used.
Mental health patients are being repeatedly restrained - face-down - despite government guidance that says the technique should be phased out. We speak to a former patient who endured the practice as a teenager. We talk to May, whose life was saved by her sister Martha, after a Home Office decision keeping her out of the UK was overturned. We've the latest football news in Team Talk. And our midnight experts answer your questions about renting.