News Headlines - 25 January 2016

Report condemns NHS out-of-hours service as not safe for sick children | Daily Mail Online

The 111 service puts parents at the mercy of a box-ticking process that can miss life-threatening symptoms.
The shocking finding comes in a report into the death of a baby from sepsis. It said William Mead might be alive today had a 111 call handler realised just how ill he was.

Dragons' Den star 'paid for sex with 13-year-old girl' - BBC News

A former Dragons' Den star paid a 13-year-old girl for sex in a rented London apartment after meeting her on a "sugar daddy" website, the Old Bailey has heard.

British explorer Henry Worsley dies crossing Antarctic - CNN.com

British explorer Henry Worsley has died attempting to be the first person to cross the Antarctic unaided, in an epic charity mission inspired by Ernest Shackleton.

Facing weak market share, Ford to exit Japan, Indonesia this year | Reuters

Ford will exit all areas of business, including shuttering dealerships and stopping sales and imports of Ford and Lincoln vehicles, according to an email from Asia Pacific President Dave Schoch to all employees in the region viewed by Reuters. Product development carried out in Japan will be shifted elsewhere.

East Asia cold snap 'kills 85 in Taiwan' - BBC News

A cold snap sweeping across East Asia has killed at least 85 people in Taiwan and stranded 60,000 tourists in South Korea.








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