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The death of a toddler after he faced months of living with mould in his home is an "unacceptable tragedy", Housing Secretary Michael Gove has said.
Awaab Ishak died from a respiratory condition caused by exposure to the mould, a coroner has ruled.
His father repeatedly raised the issue with Rochdale Boroughwide Housing (RBH) but no action was taken.
Mr Gove said it "beggars belief" that RBH's chief executive was still in his job.

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There has been a higher than expected leap in the rate of inflation, to a 41-year high of 11.1% last month, led by the latest rise in energy bills.
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) revealed the increase, from 10.1% in September, as the cost of light and heating for homes rose further despite help from the government's energy price guarantee that limits wholesale charges for gas and power.
Food was cited as the other major element adding inflationary pressure during October, rising at the fastest annual pace since 1977.

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