Daily roundup: Substance misuse, social work jobs, and school exams

Laura McCardle
Monday, August 4, 2014

More babies suffering neonatal withdrawal symptoms; social worker vacancies almost double in a year; and GCSE pass marks adjusted to avoid dip in exam grades, all in the news today.

More than 1,500 babies were born last year addicted to drugs taken by their mother during pregnancy.
More than 1,500 babies were born last year addicted to drugs taken by their mother during pregnancy.

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