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\'He couldn\'t leave the house because he was so anxious\'
Sat, 29 Aug 2015 00:00:00 +0000

A mother whose son has what\'s called high-functioning autism, or Asperger\'s Syndrome, told the programme he suffered unnecessarily for years because the diagnosis took so long.\n\n\n\n\"There wasn\'t enough specialist knowledge of high functioning autism in the service,\" the boy\'s mother told the programme.\n\n\n\n\"He couldn\'t leave the house because he was so anxious.\"\n\n\n\nNow he has been diagnosed he is doing very well, she said.\n\n\n\n\"We\'re not looking for a cure,\" said Professor Simon Baron-Cohen, director of the Autism Research Centre at Cambridge University and vice-president of the National Autistic Society.\n\n\n\n\"Diagnosis means there is access to help,\" he said.\n\n\n\n\"Children with Autism wait on average about three and a half years to get their diagnosis,\" Mr Baron-Cohen said.

\'The phone hacking scandal is in the past\'
Sat, 29 Aug 2015 00:00:00 +0000

Rebekah Brooks is returning to News Corp as chief executive of its UK division, a year after being cleared of all charges related to the phone-hacking scandal, according to the Financial Times. Joint executive director of Hacked Off, Dr Evan Harris and former editor of The Times, Independent and the Observer, Roger Alton, spoke on the programme.\n\n\n\n\"This would be the sort of appointment you would not see in any company that wasn\'t a dynastic, mafia-type operation with no regard to the feelings of the many thousands of victims of criminality,\" Dr Harris told the programme.\n\n\n\nThe joint executive director of Hacked Off described the phone-hacking scandal as the largest betrayal of the principle of confidentiality that has ever happened in history.\n\n\n\nRoger Alton told the programme that despite his critics, Rupert Murdoch contributed a great deal to the British way of life.\n\n\n\nMr Alton attributed some of the negative reaction to Ms Brooks\' potential appointment to the fact that \'some people don\'t like him\'.\n\n\n\nRebekah Brooks is \"an extremely effective, talented person,\" he told the programme.\n\n\n\n\"The phone hacking scandal is in the past,\" Mr Alton said.

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