News Sir Michael Wilshaw has vowed to tackle what he called 'a culture of casual acceptance' of low level disruption in schools

Schools will face “no notice” inspections of their pupils’ behaviour as from Monday.

Police and intelligence services have been sending terror suspects’ DNA to counterparts around the world with no official scrutiny over their actions, a government watchdog has warned

Police told to explain use of unregulated DNA database

Police and intelligence services have been sending terror suspects’ DNA to counterparts around the world with no official scrutiny over their actions, a government watchdog has warned.

In its annual report published today the company revealed it made an operating profit of £294 million.

Vodafone pays no UK corporation tax for second year running despite earning £5 billion in sales

In its annual report published today the company revealed it made an operating profit of £294 million but paid no corporation tax

Marks & Spencer boss Marc Bolland

Marks & Spencer boss Marc Bolland misses £2.9m shares bonus

But he still earned a total pay package worth £2.1m

The National Railway Museum in York

Three national museums face prospect of charging for entry - and they're all in the north

National Rail Museum at York and Shildon, Manchester's Museum of Science and Industry (MoSI), and Bradford's National Media Museum warned to brace themselves

Embattled Dwell eyes sale of the furniture chain

The upmarket furniture retailer Dwell is working with advisers to explore its options, including a possible sale of the business.

The HS2 project is bitterly opposed by some MPs

HS2, benefit cap and broadband roll-out: Government flagship projects are 'unachievable'

23 schemes, totalling billions of pounds worth of public money, were given an amber/red rating

Derek Pain: Online crowd leaves many unconnected

No Pain, No Gain

The 'space race' of opening big supermarkets is over

Tesco checkout staff see bonus pot halved as profits slump

Checkout staff at Tesco have seen their annual shares bonus pot halved after the supermarket giant slumped to its first annual profits fall in nearly 20 years.

The actor stars as Frank Gallagher in Shameless

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Channel 4 is to show the other side of Shameless after announcing a new drama series which follows a group of police officers trying to enforce the law in a chaotic Manchester community.

David Abraham, Chief Executive of Channel 4 who received a £100,000 bonus last year, partly thanks to the success of the Paralympics

Channel 4 boss paid more than BBC director general last year after £100,000 bonus

Channel 4 chief executive David Abraham received a £100,000 bonus last year, partly thanks to the success of the Paralympics.

C4 switches off profits and makes a loss

Channel 4 is set to announce its first annual loss in a decade after the state-owned corporation used some of its cash reserves to fund new programming such as the Paralympics.

Shareholders bite back at bosses

The under-fire transport company National Express yesterday endured a significant shareholder rebellion over bosses' pay.

Mentally-ill patients were 'Tasered' more than 50 times in three years

Freedom of Information request reveals extent of stun-gun use by police in psychiatric wards

Bosses' bonuses are axed at Petropavlovsk

The Russian miner Petropavlovsk has scrapped bonuses and incentive payments for its executives and chairman after its shares were hit by a steep gold price drop.

40% rise in global family disputes

Report shows surge in cases where a British judge has to step in

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