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.

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2.5% growth short of expectations

Alan Milburn, head of the Child Poverty Commission, and Baroness Shephard, his deputy

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Market Report: M&C Saatchi shares hit a record high

M&C Saatchi chief executive David Kershaw is a big golfer and anyone who is playing 18 holes with him in the near future could be forgiven for feeling a twinge of envy. Shares in the advertising-agency group hit a record high yesterday, soaring 20.5p to 260p, as the annual report had a bullish forecast which boosted sentiment – not to mention the pay packets of the directors.

Filofax close to being sold

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It is felt that many pre-school children do not have access to good childcare

Must try harder! Failing nurseries warned to improve or face closure

Only ratings of 'good' and 'outstanding' will be acceptable warns Ofsted chief

Bailey got £2.3m as she left Trinity Mirror

Sly Bailey, the former chief executive of Trinity Mirror, walked away with nearly £2.3m from the newspaper publisher last year after an investor revolt and a 90 per cent slump in the share price.

G4S boss Buckles in double-digit pay rise despite Olympic fiasco

Barclays has once again topped the official complaints table of shame published by the City regulator.

Civil Service in revolt after being told to spend more time at their desks

Mandarins in London get an extra hour off each week because of their longer commute

Princess Cristina: allegations have now been made that she had some knowledge of suspect financial dealings involving her husband, Iñaki Urdangarin

The royal suspect: Spain's Princess Cristina linked to corruption scandal

Spain's Royal Family lurched towards a new low point in what could be their most serious credibility crisis in decades when King Juan Carlos' daughter, Princess Cristina, was named as a suspect in a multimillion euro fraud and money-laundering case involving her husband, Iñaki Urdangarin.

ITV boss Crozier's pay rises to £1.8m

ITV chief executive Adam Crozier's annual pay jumped to £1.8m from £1.5m after a third year of rising profits under his leadership.

Callum McManaman

Premier League chief Richard Scudamore joins 'exceptional' Callum McManaman tackle debate

Massadio Haidara has said he expected the Wigan player to be charged

Smaller pay packets for BAE's top two after EADS failure

BAE Systems' chairman, Dick Olver, and its chief executive, Ian King, made £745,000 and £2.2m, respectively, in 2012 – a year in which the aerospace giant failed in its audacious merger attempt with EADS and profits fell by 6 per cent.

Officers oppose ombudsman plan for armed forces

Attempts to appoint an ombudsman to hear grievances from members of the armed forces face strong opposition from the military chain of command who hold that the move would be ineffective, costly and blur lines on accountability.

Santander pair pocket £2.8m in hellos

Two new executives at Santander UK were paid a total of £2.8m in "golden hellos" last year, cutting across much stricter bank pay rules being introduced by the European Union.

High street banking giant Santander pays £1m-plus to 19 staff

High street banking giant Santander paid 19 staff more than £1 million last year and increased its bonus pool by 14% to £150 million despite another year of hefty provisions for mis-selling scandals.

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