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SHOULD TEENAGERS be discouraged from having sex altogether, or should they be told how to avoid getting pregnant? That is what the producers of daytime television shows call a "talking-point"; it allows people to express themselves with much opinion and little thought. But it is interesting that this subject was also discussed by a meeting of ministers as they prepared today's report from the Prime Minister's Social Exclusion Unit.

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Ex-nun helped to rape girl aged 10

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Women become `the hidden face of homelessness'

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Au revoir children, I'm off

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London `hogs money for homeless'

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THE HUNT for the killer of Caroline Dickinson, the schoolgirl who was murdered in France more than two years ago, has suffered yet another setback after a DNA test cleared a suspect yesterday.

Letter: Is there no better way?

THANK YOU for once again giving space in your newspaper to homelessness ("Homeless get hi-tech shelters", 29 November).
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