Measures needed to tackle sleep deprivation, says charity

The Royal Society for Public Health is warning that many of us are regularly getting too little sleep.

It is calling on the government to intervene and issue guidance with a so-called 'slumber number' for the hours of shut-eye we should get every night.

Joanna Gosling spoke to Shirley Cramer, chief executive of the society that published the report.

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