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17 August 2022

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Foster parents' heartbreak after adopted disabled son 'that nobody wanted' dies (2)
Callum suffered serious injury as a toddler which left him blind and deaf, while he was also diagnosed with quadriplegia cerebral palsy and epilepsy. dailyrecordShare Comments By Helen Kreft Phoebe Fuller Tim Hanlon Hannah Mackenzie Wood A foster couple have spoken of their heartbreak following the death of their adopted son, who was once branded the baby that "no one wanted". Callum suffered serious injury as a toddler, which left him blind and deaf,
Couple in tears over horror hotel room 'that wasn't fit for humans' as refund denied (2)
Glenys and Graham Launders were immediately hit with a "dirty smell" when they opened the door to their room that "looked like it hadn't been touched in years". dailyrecordShare Comments By Oliver Pridmore Matthew DreschNews Reporter Hannah Mackenzie Wood An elderly couple were left in tears after being forced to stay in a hotel room that they claim "wasn't fit for humans".
Monkeypox vaccine could run out in parts of UK due to 'short supply' (2)
Some areas could be without jabs for three to four weeks dailyrecordShare Comments By Neil Shaw Lucy FarrellTrainee Trends Writer Video Loading Video Unavailable The video will auto-play soon8Cancel The monkeypox vaccine may run out in parts of the UK before more are delivered - which could see these areas without jabs for three to four weeks. It was reported last week that the vaccine is in short supply globally, due it being manufactured by a single company.
Asda rolls out first ever loyalty app nationwide to help shoppers save money (2)
The app-based loyalty programme has already seen over 1 million customers sign up amidst the cost of living crisis. dailyrecordShare Comments By Evie TownendNews Reporter Rachel WilliamsShopping writer Supermarket giant Asda is helping shoppers save some extra cash by officially rolling out their new loyalty scheme to every store across the country. The Big Four Grocer has announced that their first ever loyalty scheme Asda
Energy bills could rise even higher to lb5,600 by next April in latest forecast from industry experts (2)
The latest figures also indicate that gas and electricity bills won't start to come down until later on in 2023. dailyrecordShare Comments By August Graham Linda HowardMoney and Consumer Writer Video Loading Video Unavailable The video will auto-play soon8Cancel Millions of households across the country are being warned that the price cap on energy bills could rise even higher than previously forecast next
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