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Thursday 25 August at 07:30

Sharon McLaughlin’s wedding day 21 years ago was full of emotion. The father of the bride, Hubert Greene, addressed the 125 assembled guests that evening, July 8, 1995, speaking sentimentally about many things, including how happy he was about his daughter’s choice of husband. McLaughlin was his only daughter and the first of his three children to get married. Deaf since infancy, Greene delivered

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Deaf children in the North East are less likely to get five good GCSEs than their hearing counter-parts, a charity has revealed. Government figures show that deaf children in the North East are 18% less likely to get 5 GCSEs (including English and Maths) at grades A* to C.
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