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12/11/2013 02:37 GMT | Updated 12/11/2013 02:56 GMT

Tuesday's Top Stories: Typhoon, NHS, Cameron In China And Energy Fatcats

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UK SENDS WARSHIP TO AID PHILIPPINES

Britain will deploy a Royal Navy warship and donate a total of £10 million to help the millions of people affected by the devastating typhoon in the Philippines, David Cameron has said.

WARNING OVER NHS STAFFING LEVELS

More than one in 20 nursing posts are vacant, nursing leaders have warned.

PM TO LEAD CHINA TRADE DELEGATION

David Cameron is to lead a new trade delegation to China to capitalise on the thaw in Britain's relations with Beijing.

HOUSING DEMAND SOARING - SURVEYORS

The number of surveyors reporting house prices lifting across the country has surged to an 11-year high as the

ENERGY CUSTOMERS 'NO CASH COWS'

Energy customers should not be seen as cash cows, to be "squeezed" in the pursuit of a higher return for shareholders, a Government minister will say today.

GOVE PLEDGES SOCIAL WORK OVERHAUL

Education Secretary Michael Gove is pledging a radical overhaul in the training of social workers to ensure it is a rigorous as for any other profession.

MILIBAND WARNS ON LACK OF IT SKILLS

Britain's future prospects in the digital and IT sectors are being jeopardised by a dramatic slump in the number of apprenticeships, Labour leader Ed Miliband will warn.

TERROR SUSPECTS 'MUST BE RELOCATED'

Powers to relocate terror suspects to other parts of the country must be revived following the disappearance of an Islamist extremist who escaped surveillance by dressing in a burka, the shadow home secretary has urged.