Police seek 14 who fled immigration centre

Police seek 14 who fled immigration centre
Police are hunting for 14 people who have escaped from Campsfield House immigration centre in Oxfordshire, following tensions over conditions.

Prior to the escape, detainees had held a one-day hunger strike and twice refused to return to their rooms at night.

Problems have increased since Campsfield started housing foreign prisoners awaiting deportation, alongside people still appealing for asylum.

Source:- The Independent Monday 6 August 2007 page 6

The girl of 18 who had had six abortions
The government’s sexual health strategy was attacked after it emerged that the number of abortions for girls under 18 had risen in each year since Labour came to power.

In the London borough of Lambeth, one in 22 girls aged 15 to 17 had had an abortion, with one in 25 having done so in neighbouring Southwark.

Source:- The Daily Mail Monday 6 August 2007 page 18

More patients go hungry as 13m meals are thrown away
The number of people who become malnourished in hospital has doubled from 2001-6, while 13m meals were left untouched by patients last year, a rise of almost a quarter on the year below, government figures have shown.

Source:- The Daily Mail Monday 6 August 2007 page 29

Academies ‘starving others schools of cash’
The government has been accused of “starving” mainstream state schools of cash while lavishing millions on city academies.

Source:- The Times, Monday 6 August 2007, page 4

Overhaul for dementia treatment ‘that fails thousands of sufferers’
A national strategy to improve the diagnosis and treatment of dementia will be announced today by the government.

Source:- The Times, Monday 6 August 2007, page 8

Boy shot dead had helped others to escape violence
A teenager shot dead in South London had dedicated himself to helping other young people to escape violent street gang culture.

Source:- The Times, Monday 6 August 2007, page 13

Couples therapist who tells clients to strip uses loophole to cheat ban
A psychotherapist accused of encouraging his patients to take illegal drugs and join nude workshops is continuing to practise despite being suspended by the official regulators.

Source:- The Times, Monday 6 August 2007, page 14

Madeline second suspect
A second suspect in the Madeleine McCann case is being kept under surveillance by Portuguese police.

Police will not reveal his identity at this stage.

Source:- Daily Mirror, Monday, 6 August 2007, page 1

Welsh News

Theft shame nurse struck off
A nurse has been struck off after stealing thousands of pounds from patients at a care home in Ystradgynlais, Mid Wales, where she worked.

Alison Patricia Dauncey, 41, stole almost £13, 000 from the bank accounts of a man and a woman with learning disabilities over five years.

Source:- Wales on Sunday, 5 August 2007

Jails crisis: Just 20 places left in Wales
There is only enough room left for 20 more criminals in Wales’ overcrowded jails new figures have revealed.

The situation could lead to offenders being locked up in police cells at a cost to the tax payer of £385 a night.

Source:- Wales on Sunday, 5 August 2007



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