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Sunday Sun review of the year: A look back at the...
Jason and Claire Ryan are trying to rebuild their lives In January we told you the story of Jason Ryan. It was believed that simple, everyday painkillers triggered a potentially lethal skin...
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'Dave's dinners' fund a third of Tory target seats
Fifteen of the Tories' key 40/40 seats – those the party is defending and their top targets – were entirely reliant on the controversial Leader's Group money in 2014, the figures from the Electoral...
Read more at Independent
Over 179,000 Domestic Power Connections Effected
Luanda — Over 187,000 domestic power connections were effected in Angola in 2014, as a result of the continued construction and expansion of the supply network. This was said Friday in Luanda by the...
Read more at AllAfrica.com
Aldi won’t go public on its public complaint
But will Aldi tell us what they are complaining about? Of course not. A hapless flack from its communications agency tells City Spy that Aldi doesn’t want to make public its, er, public complaint to...
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Lloyds Banking Group
Education Matters: Schools really are full of joy...
Education Matters: Schools really are full of joy at this time of year, says Geoff BartonGeoff Barton, headteacher at King Edward VI Upper School in Bury. Thursday, December 18, 2014 A fellow...
Read more at Ipswich Star
Clegg challenged over meal quality
Nick Clegg has been challenged on air over his flagship free school meals policy by a mother who claimed pupils had been given mouldy sandwiches under the scheme. The Deputy Prime Minister said it...
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This is Oxfordshire
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In 2014, Labour and the Tories learned – for the ...
British politics once moved to a predictable rhythm. If the fortunes of either the Conservatives or Labour declined, those of the other would rise. The identity of the winning party changed but the...
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Scottish National Party
Teaching union: ‘Broken Ofsted’s report on Camden...
Teaching union: ‘Broken Ofsted’s report on Camden schools doesn’t tell full story’ Headteacher Geraldine Davies with students at UCL Academy, which received a 'requires improvement' rating this year....
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Cllr Sarah Hayward
Q&A: Ed Miliband sets out how he will tackle the ...
Q&A: Ed Miliband sets out how he will tackle the challenges facing the east Labour leader Ed Miliband in Great Yarmouth to give a speech on immigration. Picture: James Bass How will Ed Miliband...
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Martin Brandon-Bravo: Learning is a problem in to...
Former Nottingham South MP Martin Brandon-Bravo says there is still some way to go for our comprehensives. Rather than seek to pick out just the good bits – and there were many – of Sir Michael...
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teaching the teachers
Readers' comments (7) Mr. Cameron needs to get all major industrial organizations to start training young people a trade. Restart the apprentice schemes that kept the UK in constant supply of...
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Ad libbing returns to class as new generation lea...
LATIN lessons are coming back to life for nine state schools across the county thanks to an Oxford University outreach programme. The Oxford Classics Faculty’s Latin Teaching Scheme (OXLAT) will...
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Forces Watch responds to DfE ‘Alternative Provisi...
Forces Watch, the organisation which examines and challenges military recruitment practices targeting 16 and 17 year olds, has commented on the
rnment's Military Ethos in Schools programme. On 7...
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Department for Education
Three MPs earned £54k through extra work to add t...
MPs have defended their earnings from work outside of their parliamentary roles after it emerged they had been paid thousands of pounds on top of their £67,000 salaries. MPs have to declare any...
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House of Commons
Dramatic improvement at Coventry primary schools ...
THREE-QUARTERS of Coventry’s primary school children are now attending a ‘good’ or ‘outstanding’ school after a dramatic turnaround from being the worst in the country. Coventry City Council has now...
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Coventry City Council
Frimley Green flooding problem continues but Netw...
Flooding under a railway bridge in Frimley Green continues to be a problem for residents and motorists, and has even led to the cancellation of a school church service. The issue has been a problem...
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Surrey County Council
St Andrew’s Church
Child benefit may be limited to two children, say...
Senior Conservative cabinet minister Iain Duncan Smith has said limiting child benefit to the first two children in a family is well worth considering and could save a significant amount of...
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Iain Duncan Smith
If Labour loses Scotland, the Union will be done ...
So there was great relief yesterday when it was announced in Glasgow that Mr Murphy had secured 55 per cent of the vote. Fifty-five is turning out to be the Unionists’ favourite number this year. It...
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Scottish Labour Party
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Grant Woodward: Welcome return of the grammar sch...
THIS week, in a welcome and somewhat rare outbreak of common sense, Education Secretary Nicky Morgan signalled that she will approve the first new grammar school for half a century. Hallelujah, say I...
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