Research suggests George Osborne's decision to scrap free school meals could affect academic standards
From pastries in France to the sweeping event that is a Korean breakfast, the meal varies wildly across the globe
Researchers hoped the results would reveal what breakfast eating habits would benefit those hoping to lose weight.
The Chief Executive of housing charity Shelter said families in alternative accommodation are left without roots and stability
Ski-in living rooms, "casual luxury", affordable bases, strange spherical structures, "munchie boxes", and rooftop bars
'Time' magazine's Person of the Year appeals to believers and atheists alike with a message that could bring redemption to a troubled faith
A former quarrymen's workshop provides a cosy, characterful base for exploring the Snowdonia scenery. By Holly Williams
Simon Amstell has apologised for suggesting there was racial segregation between Radio 1 and its sister station BBC Radio 1Xtra in reference to Nelson Mandela.
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Ed Miliband will open a new front in his campaign over the “cost of living crisis” on Monday, pledging more help with childcare if Labour wins power.
Middle-class demand for the superfood has cultivated mockery. But there's something more vital than pride at stake
The drills are like something out of the Ministry of Silly Walks
Private pools, pampering spas, and isolated villas
The long-time manager of the women's senior team was dismissed after a poor European Championship
Adrian Chiles is returning to the BBC for the first time in three years after he quit the corporation for ITV.
Look, Edinburgh's insane, it doesn't make sense at all as a viable idea. If you try and understand it rationally, you're liable to end up swaying on a bench half way up Arthur's Seat, half-crazy. They should stop calling it the Edinburgh Fringe. There are fringes on the fringe and fringes on the fringes of the fringe. Sometimes it's brash and gaudy, other times handmade and naive and great. It's everything. It's maddening but beautiful. It is also – as a pal once said – all we've got.