Teenage girls will get Pill over the counter to help cut pregnancies

    Ofsted plan for surprise inspections at schools alarms headteachers

    Schools will face unannounced snap visits from Oftsted inspectors from 2009 under plans to shake up the system for monitoring classroom standards.

    Source:- The Guardian, Thursday 13 December 2007, page 8


    Prisoners to spend more time in cells


    Prisoners in all 131 jails in England and Wales are to spend an extra half a day a week “banged up” in their cells from next April to achieve a £60m cost saving, prison governors disclosed yesterday.

    Source:- The Guardian, Thursday 13 December 2007, page 13

    Teenage girls will get Pill over the counter to help cut pregnancies

    The contraceptive Pill will be available from chemists without a prescription next year in an attempt to tackle Britain’s persistent problem of teenage pregnancy.

    Source:- The Times, Thursday 13 December 2007, page 5


    Brightest poor children do worse than wealthy but dim classmates


    Social mobility has not increased in 30 years and British children are the least likely to escape their background, a report says today.

    Source:- The Times, Thursday 13 December 2007, page 9

     

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