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Dispensing errors law considered

Voluntary reporting by pharmacists shows 10,000 medication errors a year out of a billion prescriptions issued

The Department of Health (DoH) wants to introduce new legislation that would prevent pharmacists from being prosecuted for genuine dispensing errors.

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Deaths bungalow to be demolished

Christi and Bobby Shepherd died at a hotel complex in Corfu in October 2006 from carbon monoxide poisoning (West Yorkshire Police/PA Wire)

A hotel bungalow in Corfu where two British children died of carbon monoxide poisoning during a holiday in 2006 will be demolished later this year, according to reports.

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Deaths bungalow to be demolished

The holiday bungalow where Bobby and Christi Shepherd died in 2006

A hotel bungalow in Corfu where two British children died of carbon monoxide poisoning during a holiday in 2006 will be demolished later this year, according to reports.

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Alps victim in fight with brother

Zaid al-Hilli said he had a fight with his brother Saad over the family inheritance a year before Saad and his family were murdered in the French Alps

The brother of a British man gunned down in the French Alps with his family has revealed the pair fought over a £1 million inheritance before his death, but insisted he played no part in the horrific killings.

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Shock at Corfu deaths pair rehiring

Christi and Bobby Shepherd died at a hotel complex in Corfu

The parents of two children who died of carbon monoxide poisoning on a Thomas Cook holiday in Corfu have spoken of their shock after it emerged two men convicted over the deaths had returned to work in the industry.

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Nurse defends work before killings

John Jenkin, 25, killed two people at the family home in Millom, Cumbria

A mental health nurse has defended his judgment that a man who went on to kill his mother and sister less than 48 hours later was no risk to himself or others.

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Bombmaker guilty over role in Iraq

Anis Abid Sardar was convicted of murder

A British bombmaker has become the first person to be convicted in a UK court for playing a role in the bloody Iraqi insurgency following a "landmark prosecution".

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