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Task force warns more than a million elderly may be suffering from malnutrition

More than one million older people in the UK are affected by malnutrition, say experts

Malnutrition is no longer only a problem for poor countries, said experts who warned that more than a million older people in the UK could be affected by the condition.

12:24am Wednesday 10 February 2016

Kate Winslet rules out Oscars boycott as she cheerleads for Leonardo DiCaprio

Kate Winslet is hoping Leonardo DiCaprio triumphs at the Academy Awards

Kate Winslet said she would not boycott the Oscars over the nominations race row because it could mean missing seeing "closest friend" Leonardo DiCaprio finally win.

12:24am Wednesday 10 February 2016

Higher nurse numbers boost patients' survival chances in hospitals, studies find

A study found a fall in the number of nurses caring for poorly babies is leading to higher death rates

Patients are less likely to die in hospitals where there are more nurses, researchers have suggested as they warned managers not to replace them with less qualified staff.

12:24am Wednesday 10 February 2016

Welfare brake won't stop migrant move to UK - EC chief

Jose Manuel Barroso says restrictions on in-work benefits will not stop workers moving to the UK

An emergency brake on welfare will not stop migrants from heading to Britain, the former European Commission president has said.

12:24am Wednesday 10 February 2016

'Focus on the Baltic' as Britain doubles naval deployment to Nato

Michael Fallon announced the deployment

Britain is doubling its naval deployments to Nato in a move aimed a showing enemies that "we are ready to respond to any threat", the Defence Secretary has announced.

12:24am Wednesday 10 February 2016

Labour attacks 'shameless' PM over cash for Tory councils

Oxfordshire County Council, which includes the Witney constituency of David Cameron, pictured, will receive an extra nine million pounds  over the next two years

David Cameron has been accused of a "shameless attempt to buy votes" after claims that nearly all the extra cash set aside to help councils cope with funding changes is going to Conservative areas.

12:24am Wednesday 10 February 2016

Junior doctors to stage second strike as last-ditch talks fail

This follows a previous action by junior doctors in January

Thousands of junior doctors across England are going on strike after last-ditch talks failed to reach an agreement.

12:24am Wednesday 10 February 2016

David Cameron warned not to hand Brexit campaign advantage over migrant crisis

David Cameron is urged to do more to tackle the migrant crisis or risk giving an advantage to Brexit campaigners

David Cameron is being urged to do more to help tackle the migrant crisis - or risk playing into the hands of pro-Brexit campaigners seeking to exploit fears over immigration.

12:19am Wednesday 10 February 2016

Government misses new teachers target for fourth year running, NAO reports

The Government spends 700 million pounds annually on training teachers, according to the National Audit Office

The Government has missed its teacher recruitment targets for the last four years despite spending £700 million annually on their training, according to the National Audit Office (NAO).

12:19am Wednesday 10 February 2016

MPs' pay rise higher than public sector wages cap

Labour's Gloria De Piero says MPs' pay should be capped in line with that of public sector workers

MPs are set to bust the Government's public sector pay cap again after their 10% salary increase.

12:16am Wednesday 10 February 2016
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