Admissions tutor tells researchers 'a lottery would be fairer than the current system', as both universities respond to the findings
St Andrews and Durham revealed as having strong honours records too
Vice-chancellor says Buckingham doesn't have 'big, impersonal lectures' like some larger universities
Cambridge community joins Glasgow, Edinburgh and Warwick - among others - to turn the heat up on the climate debate
Closure could be 'wholly damaging to the university, union and students'
Campaign's leader says election of Ms Bouattia sends 'a horrifying message' to Jewish students in the UK
Powell's facial expressions and Woods' 'killer eyebrows' steal the show
Northern graduates - from Liverpool, Newcastle and York - also achieve 'highly competitive earnings'
In this observant and wry account of Sayle's young adulthood, the jokes creep up on the reader as unexpectedly as the philosophical insights
For my final review, a place I return to again and again that has given me endless pleasure, says Amol Rajan
As an experimental photographer, she pushed boundaries while shooting the cream of society. At home, she was the principal breadwinner. And all this in the 1930s. As a new book by her daughter reveals, Helen Muspratt was a true pioneer
Twenty cases have been reported since the beginning of February
In Tanzania, they use giant pouched rats to smell for TB and landmines. In Britain, they're researching why dogs are able to sniff out some sorts of cancer. Emma Young reports on how mammals' olfactory gifts are being harnessed
What did the late Pope mean by giving his lady friend a 'scapular' to drape over herself? Nothing dodgy, says Peter Stanford. It was just a passport to paradise
Only 6% of young entrants to elite Russell Group universities are from disadvantaged backgrounds
During the recent campaign to remove Cecil Rhodes' statue from a college in Oxford, its leader claimed the city's very architecture was an affront to 21st-century sensibilities. He should try a stroll round central London's statuary, says Charlie Gilmour. On 'murder mile', the Empire's heroes in marble and bronze are steeped in innocent blood