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Twenty-nine people have now died in the UK after contracting swine flu, the Government announced today.

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Cherie Blair has suspected swine flu, it was revealed today.

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GPs have criticised the Government's response to the flu pandemic, accusing it of providing conflicting advice to both doctors and patients.

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Death toll from swine flu in Britain rises to 14

Number of cases up to 9,718, exceeded only by the US and Mexico

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A south London teenager who died on Wednesday was the fourth person in Britain to succumb after contracting swine flu.

19-year-old becomes fourth UK swine flu fatality

A 19-year-old man has become the fourth person in the UK to die after contracting swine flu, health chiefs said today.

Online buyers warned over fake flu drugs





The Government's Chief Medical Officer today warned the public to avoid panic-buying "counterfeit" anti-swine flu drugs online after it was revealed the number of new cases could reach 100,000 per day.

'100,000 fresh swine flu cases a day by August,' says Health Secretary

Spread of swine flu can no longer be contained, Government admits

Swine flu could hit 'over 100,000 cases per day'

Swine flu cannot be contained and the number of new cases could reach 100,000 per day by the end of next month, the Government said today.

Warning over 'swine flu parties' plan

Government tells parents virus is too unpredictable to risk exposing children

Richard Jarvis: Why swine flu parties would be a bad idea

I absolutely recognise that parents are in a difficult position, and might not know the best thing to do for their children, but I would tell them to listen to the advice being given by doctors and health professionals who are dealing with the situation in their area.

Avoid swine flu parties, parents urged

Parents were warned today not to take their children to "swine flu parties" in the hope they will catch the disease now and build up immunity.

Nine-year-old girl dies after contracting swine flu

The third death of a UK swine flu patient was confirmed today after a nine-year-old girl died in Birmingham Children's Hospital.

Swine flu 'cannot be contained'

Swine flu is spreading too fast to be contained in London and the West Midlands, ministers said yesterday.

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