David Cameron has used his first major speech since the Tory general election victory to renew his vow to boost NHS funding and create a "seven-day" service.
Speaking at a GP surgery in Birmingham, he said: "During the election campaign, a lot of rubbish was talked about my plans. So first of all today, I just want the record straight loud and clear.
"They said that we would cut the NHS, we haven't and we won't. In fact we increased spending in real-terms every year in the last parliament and we'll increase it in real-terms every year in this parliament too rising to at least an extra £8bn a year by 2020".
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Northamptonshire's Police and Crime Commissioner has told ITV News that the sale of the drugs is a big problem, the true scale of which is unknown.
Now a quarter of a million pounds is being given to a charity in the county working to make people more aware of the dangers of using so called legal highs.
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A charity in Kettering has been given £250,000 in funding to raise awareness of legal highs.
Solve It will use the money to make people more aware of the potential dangers.
Last month, Lincoln became the first city in the country to introduce a ban on taking the substances.
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Around 200 vacancies are on offer for Emergency Care Assistants and Trainee Technicians - with the services saying extra staff will help improve their performance.
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