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Concern at high suicide risk among young people

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By Imran Choudhury THE stigma of mental health in Asian families and “excessive expectations” put on young people by their parents are pushing them to the brink of suicide, carers and health experts have warned. The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is running a campaign asking people who have experienced a mental health crisis, or who hav...




Shadow Minister admits feeling smug as he beats colleagues

by Imran Choudhury TACKLING a Mars Bar addiction was a motivating factor for Sadiq Khan, who took part in the London Marathon last Sunday (13). The Labour MP from Tooting joined over 36,000 other runners as they pounded the stree More Real life news »

Bride’s new life in the UK was ‘built on lies’

by Reena Kumar THE distraught father of a new bride who was strangled to death and burnt in an incinerator after she discovered her husband was gay has described his life as being over following her murder. Jasvir Ram Ginday, 29, from Wals More Real life news »

Surge in voter turnout in Indian polls

TURNOUT in India's multi-phase election is so far almost eight percentage points higher than last time, data showed on Wednesday (April 16), reflecting enthusiasm for polls expected to bring the opposition Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to power More Real life news »

Former counter-terror chief to investigate 'Islamist plot'

EDUCATION Secretary Michael Gove sent in a former counter-terror chief to investigate claims of an Islamist plot to take over schools in Birmingham. Peter Clarke, who headed the police investigation into the July 7, 2005 London bombings, was a More Real life news »
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