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  • THE official version is as follows. In June 2016, the president’s eldest son, Donald Trump junior was asked by an acquaintance, someone whom he knew from the Miss Universe pageant, to have a meeting with someone who, he was told, “might have information helpful to his father’s campaign.” He agreed, despite not knowing the name of the person he was to meet. M..

    Donald Trump junior’s meeting with a Russian lawyer

    THE official version is as follows. In June 2016, the president’s eldest son, Donald Trump junior was asked by an acquaintance, someone whom he knew from the Miss Universe pageant, to have a meeting with someone who, he was told, “might have information helpful to his father’s campaign.” He agreed, despite not knowing the name of the person he was to meet. M..
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  • THE official version is as follows. In June 2016, the president’s eldest son, Donald Trump Jr. was asked by an acquaintance, someone whom he knew from the Miss Universe pageant, to have a meeting with someone who, he was told, “might have information helpful to his father’s campaign.” He agreed, despite not knowing the name of the person he was to meet. Dona..

    Donald Trump Jr. met a Russian who promised “information helpful to the campaign”

    THE official version is as follows. In June 2016, the president’s eldest son, Donald Trump Jr. was asked by an acquaintance, someone whom he knew from the Miss Universe pageant, to have a meeting with someone who, he was told, “might have information helpful to his father’s campaign.” He agreed, despite not knowing the name of the person he was to meet. Dona..
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  • Image copyright Getty Images Vulnerable people are playing "Russian roulette" when they need care in England, campaigners warn, as a quarter of services are failing on safety.The Care Quality Commission said drug errors, lack of staff and falls were major problems, after inspecting 24,000 services.Nursing homes had the worst problems, with a third falling short on safety.The CQC said the failings across services for the elderly and disabled were "completely unacceptable".The findings mark the completion of the first round of inspections under the "tougher" system launched in 2014 amid concerns problems were going undetected. One million vulnerable people use care services - either getting their fees paid by councils or funding it themselves.More than 200,000 of them live in nursing homes, which had the most serious problems.Some 37% of homes failed on safety, with inspectors noting they had a particular problems recruiting and retaining nurses.Just below a quarter of care homes..

    Vulnerable ‘playing Russian roulette’ choosing care

    Image copyright Getty Images Vulnerable people are playing "Russian roulette" when they need care in England, campaigners warn, as a quarter of services are failing on safety.The Care Quality Commission said drug errors, lack of staff and falls were major problems, after inspecting 24,000 services.Nursing homes had the worst problems, with a third falling short on safety.The CQC said the failings across services for the elderly and disabled were "completely unacceptable".The findings mark the completion of the first round of inspections under the "tougher" system launched in 2014 amid concerns problems were going undetected. One million vulnerable people use care services - either getting their fees paid by councils or funding it themselves.More than 200,000 of them live in nursing homes, which had the most serious problems.Some 37% of homes failed on safety, with inspectors noting they had a particular problems recruiting and retaining nurses.Just below a quarter of care homes..
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