Monday morning headlines

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Monday morning headlines
20th October 2014

The stories covered today are the death of actress and Loose women TV star Lynda Bellingham aged 66, the cost of poor mental health care, and the news of a £15,000 phone bill.

It's claimed poor mental health care for pregnant women and new mothers is costing more than £8 billion each year.

A new report by the London School of Economics and the Centre for Mental Health said half of all cases of depression went undetected and many women did not get appropriate treatment.

The government says they are making significant efforts to improve mental health care during pregnancy and after childbirth.

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