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A family doctor from Royal Wootton Bassett admitted filming hundreds of patients with a camera-watch.
Snooker star Jack Lisowski, 21, from Cheltenham, fought off Hodgkin's lymphoma as a teenager. He is lending his support to the Teenage Cancer Trust's fundraising campaign.
The partners of a GP practice in Royal Wootton Bassett, where Dr Davinder Jeet Bains carried out a string of sex attacks, have welcomed his prison sentence. Dr Bains worked at the Tinkers Lane Surgery between 2009 and 2012.
– Tinkers Lane Partnership
We are reassured that today's sentence will mean he will almost certainly never work as a doctor in this country again. We hope that our patients who have been affected by the wrongdoings of Dr Bains will take some comfort in this knowledge and we acknowledge their courage in helping to bring him to justice.
Our Wiltshire reporter Robert Murphy has been in court for the sentencing of Dr Davinder Jeet Bains to 12 years for a string of sex offences. They took place while he was practising at the Tinkers Lane surgery in Royal Wootton Bassett.
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A former GP from Wiltshire has been jailed for 12 years after admitting a string of sex attacks while at work.Dr Davinder Jeet Bains worked at the Tinkers Lane Surgery in Royal Wootton Bassett between 2009 and 2012. He also secretly filmed female patients with a camera hidden in his watch.
Dr Bains has admitted 39 offences and asked for another 65 counts to be taken into consideration. These include sexual assault and voyeurism.
New research from the University of Bristol shows that girls whose fathers were absent during the first five years of their lives are more likely to develop depression in adolescence.
It's one of only a few studies that looks specifically at the timing of a father's departure and its effect on mental health.
The research is part of the 'Children of the 90s' study, which looks at almost 6000 children.
A memorial rugby match is being played in Kent today as a tribute to right-to-die campaigner Tony Nicklinson, who died in August last year.
His family planned to scatter his ashes at the ground where he used to play ahead of the start of the game, which pits Cranbrook rugby club and the Mad Dogs.
There's growing concern about the service being offered to patients by the new non-emergency telephone helpline 111.
It was supposed to be an alternative to 999 - removing some of the workload from the overstretched ambulance service and the overcrowded hospital emergency rooms but critics say it's adding more pressure.