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Milan leads the way for de facto couples
Levels of Hepatitis A rising in Italy
Austria has lowest youth jobless rate in Europe
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New criteria for selecting workers with autism
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Nearly 67,000 patients waited up to 12 hours on a trolley in the first half of this year. In most NHS hospital trusts, patients waited less than three hours for a bed on a ward (the average was one hour 36 minutes). However, in six (7 per cent) of hospitals the average wait on a trolley was three hours or more.