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The CPS have decided to charge a police sergeant over an alleged assault during the G20 protests.
CPS to charge G20 police officer

By politics.co.uk staff The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) have taken the decision to charge a police sergeant over an alleged assault during the G20 protests. The charges relate to the alleged attack of Nicola Fisher, who was one of the protesters who was ‘kettled’ during the G20 demonstrations in London this April. Ms Fisher claims… Read more »

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MDU appoints new commercial director as digital services grow

The Medical Defence Union (MDU), a mutual membership body offering indemnity and medico-legal support to doctors and dental professionals, has appointed Andrew Archibald to the role of commercial director. Andrew and team are responsible for leading the development and growth of the MDU’s products and services to 200,000 doctor and dentist members. Having worked in… Read more »

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Countryside coming to classrooms in Suffolk

Children in schools across Suffolk will have a chance to learn more about the countryside when a new roadshow launches next year. Bookings are now being taken for the Outreach Outdoors project, which aims to bring the countryside to children in primary schools across the county. The project has been launched by the Suffolk Agricultural… Read more »

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Children's minister Vernon Coaker has ordered a review of the Childcare Act.
Minister orders babysitting ban review

By Liz Stephens Children’s minister Vernon Coaker has ordered a review of the Childcare Act after two mothers were told that looking after each other’s children was illegal. The women – both police officers – were told by Ofsted that their childcare arrangements were in breach of the law because the reciprocal deal they had… Read more »