Luigi Di Maio, the Five Star Movement’s candidate for prime minister, wants an “optional” jab for measles MAX ROSSI/REUTERSTwo populist parties have promised to scrap mandatory vaccines for measles if they win the general election in March, drawing accusations of pandering to conspiracy theorists and putting lives at risk. The anti-migrant Northern League promised to repeal a law passed last August which compels parents to vaccinate their children against six illnesses, including measles.
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Divorced men are being forced to use soup kitchens and sleep rough by high support payments TONY GENTILE/REUTERSDivorced men are being put up in hostels to save them from sleeping on the streets after being thrown out of their homes and forced into poverty by tough settlements. The latest accommodation aimed at “the new poor” was opened in Tor San Lorenzo, near Rome, this week by the Catholic Church.
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