Schools will be ranked on pupils' best eight GCSEs in future
More details emerge about the man police want to question ahead of tonight’s special episode of Crimewatch
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It’s no surprise that a top academy reportedly 'inflated grades' - teachers are increasingly pressured to get good results
British authors say award will lose its distinctiveness and new talent will be ‘crowded out’
The Black Cats are yet to win this season
Local media reports suggest retired farmer Dhaqabo Ebba's recollections of historical events place his date of birth in the 1850s
Five men suspected of attack in which male companion was also tied up and beaten
Café features a wall of Nazi-related memorabilia including images of Hitler, a flag bearing a swastika and Nazi propaganda
New research shows how 'edit wars' erupt over controversial subjects
Society for Creative Anachronism knew him as Strongbow from the group's jousting team
Census data reveals full picture of role that foreign nationals play in British society
Chancellor unveiled unexpected £365m package of further welfare cuts
Ten years ago, Lynne Truss published Eats, Shoots and Leaves: the Zero Tolerance Approach to Punctuation. It was doctrinaire about commas, semi-colons, dashes and other diacritical marks, and it seemed to signal the end of the line for the Grocer’s Apostrophe – you know the kind of thing: “Apple’s and Pear’s 75p a pound!”, “King Edwards Potatoe’s £1.99 a kilo”.
Parents' choice of baby names is influenced by an evolutionary tendency to make boys sound large and girls sound small, thus improving their chances of procreating, scientists have claimed.
If you send a text that is grammatically correct, it shows that you have taken care over your message - you have treated the recipient with due respect