Admission quotas would release opportunity for thousands of students. Let private schools take 7 per cent of the places, and give the remaining 93 per cent to state-educated students
A service given by a trainee priest changed the wording of the liturgy without approval into Polari
Man arrested on suspicion of indecency with children and indecent assault
A new report reveals the property hotspots that have recorded the highest growth in asking prices over the past decade...
New Cabinet features the lowest proportion of fee-paying ministers since Labour PM Clement Attlee in 1945
The list reveals which cities ranked highest for having the best hiring opportunities, cost of living and overall satisfaction
‘It’s a music genre which has inspired many. It narrated 2011’s tuition fee protests, and its educational value is clear’
First-ever rankings aim to highlight which universities have the greatest impact on global economy
Student leading criticism takes issue with terms associated with ‘Disney animated movie’
The move, which is reportedly trending at US universities, has been criticised by academics
Continent’s rising performance partly due to 'undoubted growth in university systems'
Prestigious Oxbridge universities slip down, as rankings’ editor says balance of power in higher education is 'slowly shifting from the West to the East'
Cambridge community joins Glasgow, Edinburgh and Warwick - among others - to turn the heat up on the climate debate
Oxford students' union announces referendum is to take place within weeks
'One of the most important things to bear in mind is to not be perturbed or intimidated by seemingly irrelevant and difficult questions'
Labour MP and former CUSU president throws support behind keeping 'high-quality' paper open