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Martin Narey of Barnardo's draws criticism for his comments on Baby P, the British Pregnancy Advisory Service hands out free contraception and charities welcome new credit card rules.

Children's charities and MPs have criticised Martin Narey, chief executive of Barnado's, for suggesting that Baby P might have become a "feral, parasitic yob" had he lived to be a teenager.
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The British Pregnancy Advisory Service is to hand out free emergency contraception packs this Christmas.
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Citizens Advice and other debt charities have welcomed Government plans to force credit card companies to be more lenient to borrowers who are heavily in debt.
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A man has been arrested in Oxfordshire after rushing towards a car taking the Queen to visit a care home run by Leonard Cheshire Disability.
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