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Nik graduates with flying colours

Three Royal Navy trainee Observers took a big step towards gaining their Wings at a graduation ceremony on 750 Naval Air Squadron at Royal Naval Air Station Culdrose.
The happy trio, Lieutenants Ros

A ROYAL Navy officer from Selkirk has taken a giant step towards earning his Observer Flying Wings, after graduating from Basic Flying Training at Royal Naval Air Station Culdrose in Cornwall.

6:15am Thursday 27 October 2016

More than six million families struggling with debt worries, charity warns

The Equality Trust is calling on the Government to scrap plans to introduce a Lifetime Isa next year

More than 6.5 million households across Britain are in debt or face the prospect of falling into debt within a month should they lose their jobs or face a large financial shock, according to analysis from a charity.

6:01am Thursday 27 October 2016

Charles to give Queen and Duke tour of his model village Poundbury

Charles on a previous visit to Poundbury

The Prince of Wales will today give the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh a guided tour of his Poundbury development's latest phase.

6:01am Thursday 27 October 2016

'State of unease' for those working in medical profession

Pressure on services has lead to "alienation", the report found

Growing pressure on health services has led to a "state of unease" in the medical profession, a leading regulator has warned.

6:01am Thursday 27 October 2016

CBI in call to Government to increase public investment

Director general Carolyn Fairbairn said that the Chancellor should capitalise on the UK's core strengths

Business leaders are calling for a £6 billion increase in public investment to help companies cope with the uncertain economic outlook.

6:01am Thursday 27 October 2016

Surgeons should 'let patients choose' to avoid litigation, new guidance states

Surgeons should take a less 'paternalistic' approach, the RCS has advised

Surgeons should stop being "paternalistic" towards patients and and instead simply give them their options and "let them choose", according to new guidance for medics.

6:01am Thursday 27 October 2016

Drop in number of EU students applying for UK university courses

The UCAS statistics take into account only students who applied for medicine, dentistry and veterinary courses, and those applying to Oxford and Cambridge

Fewer EU students have applied to start university courses in the UK next autumn, figures show.

6:01am Thursday 27 October 2016

Seven arrested as violence erupts at the London Stadium

Police move in to separate rival supporters who had clashed with stewards during the match between West Ham United and Chelsea (AP)

Police arrested seven men after violence broke out when West Ham played Chelsea at the former Olympic Stadium.

6:01am Thursday 27 October 2016

Decline in species threatens 'global mass extinction of wildlife'

African elephants in Tanzania have seen numbers crash due to poaching

Global wildlife populations are set to have fallen by more than two thirds on 1970 levels by the end of the decade, conservationists warn.

6:01am Thursday 27 October 2016

'Grim conditions' put older tenants at risk in privately rented homes

Some elderly tenants have been struggling in homes with broken boilers, leaking taps and no cooking facilities, Age UK says

Vulnerable older people endure shocking conditions in the private rental sector, leaving them at risk of neglect, bullying and abuse, according to Age UK.

6:01am Thursday 27 October 2016
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