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126 views • November 1, 2022

NHS Will Be 'Prioritised' in Spending: PM; Gene-Editing Bill Sparks Animal Welfare Fears

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak says the NHS will be prioritised in spending decisions when the government addresses a black hole of up to 50 billion pounds ($57 billion) in public finances. Plans to relax rules around changing the DNA of crops and livestock raise concerns for animal welfare. Oxbridge universities are admitting fewer private school students as part of a diversity drive to increase the number attending from state schools. But it's drawn criticism that students are selected for their social class, not for their academic grades.
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