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WHAT HAPPENED ON 26th January 2001?

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25th January 2001


The Scottish Executive has been accused of leaving its intentions for care for the elderly in complete confusion. Yesterday the Executive appeared to make a U-turn promising to bring in free personal care for all. The SNP called the statement a con trick and Tory health spokeswoman Mary Scanlon also criticised the move. She said: "This is a delaying tactic which has been acknowledged by Alzheimer's Scotland and care of the elderly is in total confusion."

26th January 2001


The university at which Prince William is preparing to study has been flooded with applications figures have shown. As many young men as women seem eager to share their student days with the 18-year-old prince at the University of St Andrews in Fife. The university's admissions service has been inundated with 9 212 would-be students applying for just 1 250 places this autumn - up 44.4% on last year. The prince starts a History of Art degree course in September.

26th January 2001


Cases of tuberculosis rose by more than 10% last year to the highest rate since 1983 according to official figures. Data from the Public Health Laboratory Service showed there were 6 797 cases of TB in England & Wales in 2000 compared to 6 144 in 1999. There has been a 34% rise in the lung disease since 1987. Experts said many victims had recently moved to the UK from places with high rates of the disease.


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