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30th October 2015 01:02pm

Cuts 'risk primary teacher numbers'

Bursaries for trainee primary teachers in England will be slashed from next year, sparking fears the move could fuel the teacher recruitment crisis.

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30th October 2015 08:30am

Prospects for under 34s 'have worsened'

Prospects for young people in the UK have worsened over the past five years, a study by the Equalities and Human Rights Commission says.

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30th October 2015 08:05am

Call to end scrums in youth rugby

Banning scrums in children's rugby could help reduce the number of injuries in the game, an academic claims.

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30th October 2015 01:25am

Lecturers could take industrial action

College lecturers across Scotland are set to consider taking industrial action over pay.

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30th October 2015 12:04am

Vulnerable young adults 'cut adrift'

Too many of the most vulnerable young people are "cut adrift when they need help the most", says the head of a powerful committee of MPs.

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29th October 2015 10:11pm

Vigil held for stabbed teenager

A vigil is held in an Aberdeen church for 16-year-old Bailey Gwynne, who died after suffering stab injuries at his school, as a boy is charged over the death.

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29th October 2015 05:24pm

China to end one-child policy

China decides to end its decades-long policy of allowing couples to have only one child, increasing the number permitted to two.

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29th October 2015 03:59pm

Shakespeare anniversary on global stage

The 400th anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare next year will be marked by a major global cultural and educational project in 140 countries.

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29th October 2015 01:17pm

Kids Company 'received £46m public cash'

The collapsed charity Kids Company was given a total of at least £46m of public money despite concerns about how it was run, the National Audit Office finds.

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29th October 2015 11:54am

China to end one-child policy

China decides to end its decades-long policy of allowing couples to have only one child, Xinhua news agency reports.

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