Daily roundup: Food poverty, admissions discrimination and paediatric beds shortage

Neil Puffett
Tuesday, December 18, 2012

A survey finds families unable to afford breakfast, a call to end religious discrimination in school admissions, and a shortage of beds for critically-ill children, all in the news today.

Many children in the capital are not eating breakfast before going to school, a study has found. Image: Nigel Hillier
Many children in the capital are not eating breakfast before going to school, a study has found. Image: Nigel Hillier

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