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The Guardian – Mould and squalid housing ‘making NHS crisis worse’
The Guardian says a senior doctor has said that thousands of babies and toddlers are being admitted to hospital in England each year with lung conditions probably linked to damp and mould-ridden homes.
Andy Knox, tells the paper that damp and mould-ridden homes are having a “profoundly negative impact on the nation’s health”. Figures suggest damp is five times more common in private rented homes than in owner-occupied ones. The housing department says everyone deserves to live in a safe and decent home, and that’s why the government is determined to crack down on rogue landlords.
The front page features an image of premature babies in a Gaza hospital – that’s run out of fuel, water and oxygen – under fire from IDF. The incubators at the hospital shut down yesterday, so the babies have been put together to keep them warm.
EastEnders spoilers: Sam Mitchell’s return storyline revealed as she causes chaos with confession to raging Phil
Phil’s little sister brings trouble to his door once more.
‘Whatever savings that customers pocket when buying a counterfeit item are often offset by its poor quality and the risks
Guess that shows how Britney feels…
Krishnan was axed from the show on Sunday.
Rodney the emu could be heard chirping as he was captured.
A huge decision.