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The godson of Sir Edward Heath has called for an official inquiry into police handling of child sex abuse allegations against the former prime minister. Lincoln Seligman said he believes there were serious flaws in Operation Conifer, which has investigated claims against the former Conservative leader for the past two…
Joanna Lumley has said technology in modern life has "intensified" the loneliness felt by elderly people. The actress, 71, said the art of "everyday chit-chat" is at risk of dying out, pointing out that people on Tube trains tend to be "staring at their screens, not looking at each other".…
Volunteering on projects that bring people closer to nature, from tree planting to growing food, can boost mental health, a study has found. Most people taking part in volunteering with the Wildlife Trusts - some 95% - who had poor levels of mental health at the beginning of a scheme…
A new five-year plan to make a positive difference to social care and childcare in Wales is announced by Social Care Wales’s board. The Social Care Wales board’s five-year strategic plan is being launched yesterday at the Life Sciences Hub in Cardiff with the support of the Minister for Social…
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