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Will Emily be allowed to keep her baby?

By Andrew BomfordBBC NewsWhen a mother has a child taken from her by the courts and social services the chances are that her...

Living with IBD: Ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease

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World suicide prevention day: ‘Could I have stopped my dad killing himself?’

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Traveller families: ‘We just want to live on the land we legally own’

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