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Faith school wins pupil bias action

Faith school wins pupil bias action

A top Catholic state school wins a legal challenge against findings its admission criteria unfairly disadvantaged poorer children.
Body of hillwalker found in search

Body of hillwalker found in search

The body of missing hillwalker Kyle Knox is found by a Royal Navy helicopter conducting a search of the Glen Nevis area.
Two 'most wanted' fugitives arreste...

Two 'most wanted' fugitives arrested

Two suspected drug traffickers, who featured on the UK's most wanted list of fugitives, are captured within 24 hours of each other.
Journalists cleared in payment tria...

Journalists cleared in payment trial

Three journalists are found not guilty of illegally paying public officials, following a trial at London's Old Bailey.
Thames restaurant starts sinking

Thames restaurant starts sinking

A floating restaurant begins to sink into the River Thames in south-west London, dragged underwater by a pontoon.
Twitter portraits of party leaders

Twitter portraits of party leaders

Portraits of five UK political leaders created from the opinions of people on Twitter go on show.

Timesonline

Government scales back child worker...

Government scales back child worker vetting scheme

Plans to vet millions of people working with children and vulnerable adults are to be scaled back to ?common sense? levels, the Government announced today
Live: Bloody Sunday families shown ...

Live: Bloody Sunday families shown Saville report

9.40 BST On a January morning 38 years ago, 13 protesters died at the hands of British paratroopers and 14 were injured, one so seriously he died four months later. For many of their relatives, the years since have been dominated by the search for truth about what happened during 25 chaotic minutes in central Londonderry.
Bloody Sunday fees hit £100m, with ...

Bloody Sunday fees hit £100m, with 14 lawyers earning more than £1m

A total of £100 million, more than half the costs of the Bloody Sunday inquiry, established in 1998, has gone on legal fees.
Freedom of Information Act gives pr...

Freedom of Information Act gives protection to royal secrets

The Royal Family and the Royal Household were exempted from direct requests for information under the Freedom of Information Act 2000. The Royal Household was not included in the Act?s definition of a public authority, so members of the public are unable to access information held in the Royal Archives. Public bodies can be asked to release information that may include details about the Royal Family, but protection also covers communications between public bodies, such as government departments, and the Royal Family or Royal Household.
BNP leader invited to meet Queen at...

BNP leader invited to meet Queen at Buckingham Palace garden party

Nick Griffin, the leader of the British National Party, has been invited to attend a Buckingham Palace garden party hosted by the Queen, The Times has learnt.
England sees again how fragile opti...

England sees again how fragile optimism can be on and off the field

We have Harold Wilson to blame for the search for connections between the World Cup and the fortunes of the nation.

The London News

Brothers sentenced on terrorism cha...

Brothers sentenced on terrorism charges in Britain

Two brothers from London have become the first Britons to be jailed for attending terrorist training in Syria, London's Metropolitan Police said Wednesday. Mohommod Hassin Nawaz,31, was sentenced to ...
Bayern dominated despite being down...

Bayern dominated despite being down to 10 Guardiola

Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola said that his team dominated the game despite being down to 10 in the Champions League match against England's Manchester City. "Even though we lost, I am very ...
Original helmet pioneer Amiss says ...

Original helmet pioneer Amiss says lessons to be learnt from Hughes injury

Former England batsman Dennis Amiss hopes that lessons could be learnt from the horrifying head injury suffered by Australian batsman Phillip Hughes, who died after being hit on the head by a bouncer ...
Hamilton set to overtake Beckham as...

Hamilton set to overtake Beckham as richest ever Brit sportsman

Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton is set to overtake former England football captain David Beckham as the richest ever British sportsman. Hamilton would see his earnings smash through the 500 ...
Nick Compton credits absolute legen...

Nick Compton credits absolute legend Hughes for changing his game tactics

England batsman Nick Compton has credited deceased Australian batsman Phillip Hughes for changing his thinking about the game. Compton, who teamed up with Hughes for Western Suburbs cricket club in ...
World chess champion to play pupils

World chess champion to play pupils

<br> <br>A world chess champion will play up to 15 children at the same time. <br> <br> <br>The chess team from Akiva School, in East End Road, Finchley, will take on ...

Dailymail

SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: Lady Falke...

SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: Lady Falkender claims £128,000 for five years of taxis to Lords

While the Labour peer has not made a single verbal or written contribution in more than 40 years in the House of Lords, her continuing presence on the red benches has led to a hefty bill for the taxpayer.
PLATELL'S PEOPLE: Why we women ca...

PLATELL'S PEOPLE: Why we women can't stand Sturgeon

The sight of Nicola Sturgeon taking centre stage and giving Ed Miliband and David Cameron a good hand-bagging ought to be cause for celebration.
Love your hair ladies before you ...

Love your hair ladies before you lose it writes SARAH VINE 

I took it for granted in the way that one takes for granted the use of one?s legs. And then one day at school, a classmate commented that my parting was getting wider, writes SARAH VINE
I wasn't shown fresh evidence of ...

I wasn't shown fresh evidence of Lord Janner's alleged abuse of children, says former DPP

The Labour grandee controversially escaped prosecution for a string of child abuse allegations because the Crown Prosecution Service said Alzheimer?s has left him unfit to face trial.
The nightmare of booking a holida...

The nightmare of booking a holiday villa - then finding it doesn't exist: Police say cons cost families £2m a year - and the crooks are getting cleverer 

Police are spending an increasing amount of time investigating online holiday-related fraud and more than 1,500 victims contacted the police's Action Fraud reporting centre last year.
Elsie Frost's murder unsolved aft...

Elsie Frost's murder unsolved after 95 years with links to Yorkshire Ripper

The case files relating to the murder of 14-year-old Elsie Frost in Wakefield, West Yorkshire, in 1965, which are in the National archive in Kew, have been sealed until 2060.

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