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Emergency housing bill in London boroughs reaches over half a billion pounds

The Chief Executive of housing charity Shelter said families in alternative accommodation are left without roots and stability

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HS2: Supreme Court rejects legal challenge by opponents of high-speed rail line

The seven Supreme Court Justices voted unanimously against the claims

Google Glass user questioned by Homeland Security over piracy fears during trip to the cinema

The device was turned off and searched for footage but the cinema stated that "wearing a device that has the capability to record video is not appropriate"

Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg visiting a nursery in London last year

Improve nursery provisions before expanding free places, government warned

Ministers have been urged to delay expanding their plan to provide free nursery provision for two-year-olds until existing provision is brought up to scratch.

Rise in ‘funeral poverty’ means more than 100,000 in UK cannot afford to die

Damning study says there is a lack of support to help Britain’s poorest pay for funerals

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Government gives councils almost £7m to help deal with flood damage

The Local Government Authority said the repairs will increase financial pressure facing local authorities

Essex County Council offices in Chelmsford

Essex council sells elderly man's £24,000 Pissarro painting to pay towards his care home fees

Judge has also ruled that council could sell a house owned by the man

David Cameron visits the Total Oil Depot shale drilling site in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire. MPs have accused the government of seeking to bribe local councils to grant planning permission for controversial fracking projects

Government accused of 'bribing local councils' on controversial fracking projects

MPs accused the government of seeking to bribe local councils to grant planning permission for controversial fracking projects today, just as new figures showed Britain’s shale gas regulator has only six staff dedicated to fracking full time.

John Hemming, of the Justice for Families group, says some parents are unfairly targeted

Liberal Democrat MP John Hemming tells parents suspected of child abuse to flee because they ‘can’t get a fair trial’

Chairman of the Justice for Families group says the legal system is stacked heavily against individuals and in favour of local authorities

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Exclusive: Children are still held in adult detention centres despite Coalition pledges to end the practice

Young asylum-seekers sharing a room with adults are at risk of abuse

Roger Phillips accused the Prime Minister of being out of touch about the impact of government austerity measures have on Liverpool

David Cameron is 'so out of touch it’s untrue', says BBC Radio Merseyside presenter Roger Phillips

Prime Minister accused of being unaware of the impact of government austerity measures on the city

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Savvy Money: Sign up to a gym contract as supple as you aim to be

If your resolution to fight the flab weakens, the only pounds you lose may be in health club bills

A car tackles flood waters in Kent today, as the threat of more bad weather and flooding continues across the country

UK weather: Batten down the hatches, Owen Paterson warns, as country faces 'exceptional weather'

Extreme weather set to continue through the weekend

The team at RSPCA East Winch are looking after injured seal pups following a tidal surge on the Norfolk coast.

£90,000 raised for RSPCA appeal after seal pups were left stranded in Norfolk storms

Almost 100 pups were separated from their mothers in December's storms

Renewal says that millions of people have been priced out of the housing market and that the 300,000 homes a year target should include allowing local authorities to build more social housing

Building new homes to trump Labour is key to winning the election, Tories told

The Conservatives are being urged to trump Labour by promising to build 300,000 new homes a year, in an attempt to shed their “party of the rich” image.

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