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Please see the link below for information about this innovative exhibition: https://www.merseyside.police.uk/news/latest-news/2018/10/human-trafficking-exhibition-to-launch-in-liverpool-city-centre-to-mark-anti-slavery-day/Read more
Suicide is preventable yet in England 13 people kill themselves every day; one person every 90 minutes in the UK. The impact on family, friends, workplaces, schools and communities can be devastating; it carries a huge financial burden for the local economy and contributes to worsening inequalities. Friends and relatives...Read more
Annual Report December 2017 The Learning Disabilities Mortality Review (LeDeR) Programme is commissioned by the Healthcare Quality Improvement Partnership (HQIP), on behalf of NHS England. The persistence of health inequalities between different population groups has been well documented, including the inequalities faced by people with learning disabilities. Today, people with...Read more
An NHS trust that admitted failing two patients who died in its care, one in a bath, has been fined £2m. Connor Sparrowhawk, 18, drowned in Oxford in 2013. Teresa Colvin, 45, died in Hampshire in 2012. Southern Health admitted to "systemic failures" and pleaded guilty in 2017 to breaching...Read more
Merseyside Police has today (11 December 2017) launched an innovative new project to support sex workers on Merseyside. This will be the first time a dedicated Police Sex Worker Liaison Officer has been appointed to help sex workers. Following a successful bid for funding of £650,000 from the Home Office,...Read more