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National Autistic Society gives warning on diagnosis waits

Jeremy Hunt has been warned about the delays involved in getting a diagnosis of autism

Delays in autism diagnosis are pushing families to crisis point, a charity has warned.

10:20am Saturday 29 August 2015

Help of psychics should be evaluated in missing people cases: Police guidance

Police investigating missing persons cases should not rule out the help of psychics, guidance states

Police officers searching for missing people should not rule out the help of psychics, according to suggested guidelines for the profession.

10:20am Saturday 29 August 2015

Kubota and UK Air Ambulances prepare for take off at Tillage Live

Kubota and UK Air Ambulances prepare for take off at Tillage Live

Kubota’s newly launched national campaign ‘Working Safely, Saving Lives’, which aims to raise £250,000 for 20 air ambulance charities across the UK whilst also promoting the importance of health and safety in the workplace, will be coming to…

9:43am Saturday 29 August 2015

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange fears assassination attempt

Julian Assange was granted political asylum by the government of Ecuador under the 1951 Refugee Convention in 2012

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange fears he may be assassinated if he steps outside the Ecuadorian embassy.

9:13am Saturday 29 August 2015

ROWING: Glover sets sights on continuing winning streak at World Championships

Helen Glover and Heather Stanning have won 27 consecutive races together

PENZANCE'S Helen Glover is looking to build on her success alongside Heather Stanning during the season at the Rowing World Championships.

9:02am Saturday 29 August 2015

Ministers attend security summit after Paris train gun attack

Theresa May is among ministers from nine countries gathering in Paris to formulate a co-ordinated response to the threat of an atrocity on Europe's rail networks

The use of scanners at railway stations will be among measures discussed by European ministers at a security summit called after the foiled gun attack on a French train.

8:40am Saturday 29 August 2015

Sam Burgess ready to play key role for England at Rugby World Cup

Sam Burgess wants to play a starring role for England at this year's Rugby World Cup

Sam Burgess insists he will deliver for England and is not content to "make up the numbers" after being included in Stuart Lancaster's 31-man Rugby World Cup squad.

7:54am Saturday 29 August 2015

Minehead's Foxes Academy subject of new three-part Channel 5 series

TV STARS: Foxes Academy Class of 2014

FOXES ACADEMY in Minehead is the subject of a new Channel 5 documentary series which has its first episode on air next Thursday night (September 3) at 10pm.

7:45am Saturday 29 August 2015

MP David Davis wants legal support curb in Iraq war inquiry

David Davis said the cost to the public of the Iraq war inquiry was 'ridiculous'

A limit should be placed on the taxpayer-funded legal support available to individuals criticised by the Iraq war inquiry to speed up the publication of the final report, a Conservative MP said.

7:44am Saturday 29 August 2015

Strike action halts train services to Falmouth

Strike action halts train services to Falmouth

Due to strike action there will be no service on First Great Western trains between Falmouth Docks and Trur between August 29-31.

7:34am Saturday 29 August 2015
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