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Sexual health advice for scouts, a shortage of radioactive material and personal finance lessons for children

The Scout Association is to provide sexual health and relationship advice to its members.
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Tory peer Lord Ashcroft says he plans to leave £900m to charity.
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The NSPCC is calling on computer manufacturers and retailers to improve security systems after a poll found three out of four children have been disturbed by images they have seen online.
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Macmillan Cancer Support is concerned at delays in cancer testing caused by a worldwide shortage of radioactive material used in diagnostics.
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Care for the Family has devised a scheme to encourage parents to teach children about personal finance.
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