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Social workers voice grooming fears

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26 July 2013 Last updated at 20:52 ET The technology used by young people has left some social workers behind Many social workers lack confidence and know-how when it comes to dealing with online grooming and sexual abuse of children, a survey has suggested.The British Association of Social Workers (BASW) said they desperately needed specialist [...]

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VIDEO: House of Commons

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Does public relations have a PR problem?

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26 July 2013 Last updated at 20:14 ET The inaugural PR National Awareness Day reportedly hopes to improve the reputation of an industry that earns its corn trying to improve reputations. Long-serving public relations expert Benjamin Webb says it’s not an easy task. There is an irony that an industry all about the construction and [...]

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VIDEO: Cable: Immigration van ‘offensive’

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US singer-songwriter JJ Cale dies

27 July 2013 Last updated at 11:10 ET After Midnight, the song that brought fame for JJ CaleUS singer-songwriter JJ Cale has died of heart attack at the age of 74.An announcement on his personal website said he had passed away at a hospital in La Jolla, California, on Friday.Born in Oklahoma, Cale helped create [...]

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Exam board seminars ‘won’t be axed’

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26 July 2013 Last updated at 06:27 ET By Hannah Richardson BBC News education reporter The seminars were said to contain unfair information on future exams England’s exams regulator has rowed back from a decision to ban exam board seminars for teachers because of the pace of change in the exams system.Ofqual had planned an [...]

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Inverkip chimney set for demolition

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28 July 2013 Last updated at 05:27 ET The Inverkip chimney is the third tallest free-standing structure in the UK Demolition experts are set to bring down Scotland’s tallest free-standing structure.Explosives will be used to topple the 236m (778ft) tall chimney at the former Inverkip Power Station near Greenock in Inverclyde.The chimney contains more than [...]

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Firms ‘have duty’ to hire locals

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26 July 2013 Last updated at 13:03 ET Mr Hancock said he was calling for a change in culture not the law Companies have a “social duty” to hire local workers before recruiting abroad, a Conservative minister has said.Matthew Hancock said firms should consider recruiting locally over “the easy option” of hiring from abroad. But [...]

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Maccabiah Games reinforce Jewish identity through sport

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27 July 2013 Last updated at 19:13 ET By Bethany Bell, Jerusalem BBC News An easing of travel restrictions has allowed Cuban athletes to join the Maccabiah Games for the first time The Maccabiah Games, known as the Jewish Olympics, are taking place in Israel. The contest, which takes place every four years, brings together [...]

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Theresa May diagnosed with diabetes

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28 July 2013 Last updated at 05:52 ET The home secretary said she would get on with her job despite the illness Home Secretary Theresa May has revealed she has been diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes but insists it will not affect her political career.The condition means her body does not produce insulin and she [...]

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