18 January 2011
Last updated at 22:55 ET
Details are being published later of the biggest planned overhaul of the NHS in England in its 63-year history, following days of criticism by opponents.
A report for the government backs early intervention in the lives of vulnerable children to help break the cycle of "dysfunction".
Murder victim Jo Yeates did not eat the pizza she bought in the final moments before she disappeared, police say.
Collapse of environmental activist trial raises questions
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Marathon Lords debate adjourned
A marathon Lords debate on changing the voting system has ended earlier than expected amid speculation about a deal between Labour and the coalition.
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has accused opposition leader Ed Miliband of "weak political leadership".
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