Sorry for the long gap. Work commitments have taken over sadly so this blog will only be sporadic from now on. Today’s front pages: Guardian leads with a fascinating education story, Telegraph calls on Cameron to respect family values while The Times and The Independent report on the superinjunctions fiasco.
- RT @GebeilyM: Nasrallah not mincing words. "You've failed. Your way has completely failed. You're lazy" - he says to #Saudi 6 hours ago
- RT @omeisy: All news sites affiliated with Hadi or Islah / opposition to Houthis now blocked in #Yemen http://t.co/TCTWiT2ICk 6 hours ago
- RT @intlfamilylinks: Millions of dollars meant to help #refugees could be lost due to currency fluctuations this year: http://t.co/obcUYGAt… 10 hours ago
- RT @danielle_jenni: UNHCR, WFP and ICRC face funding shortfalls as millions lost in currency swings, via @irinnews @joedyke http://t.co/taA… 15 hours ago
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