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Mental health deaths probed at Essex NHS trust

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NHS performance data delay 'disappointing', regulator says

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Black South African girls as young as 13 have resorted to public protests for the right to wear their natural hair at a prestigious, formerly whites only school.

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(1) Sheriff David Clarke is a dangerous bigot. He must be resisted at every turn. (2) The Resistance with Keith Olbermann

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