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Unicef, Reprieve and Children in Need are making news today

The Government says a Unicef report into early years childcare is "poor and inaccurate".
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Care home charity Sheffcare is to close two residential homes.
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Human rights charity Reprieve is backing a campaign to stop the use of music as a method of torture at Guantanamo Bay.
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The Medical Foundation for the Care of Victims of Torture claims the UK could be in breach of international law in its provision for asylum seekers.
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Missing People is appealing for help to trace the identity of a person whose body parts washed up on a Suffolk beach five years ago.
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Former political journalist and Strictly Come Dancing star John Sergeant has released a single to raise funds for Children in Need.
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