Headmaster Tony Little says the app is blocked from the school’s wireless network – but boys could still be accessing it via 3G
The complex will be named 'Campo Bahia' near the coastal sports resort of Porto Seguro
The free market is still limited in Cuba, but already it is altering lives and reshaping attitudes
London has moved ahead of New York as one of the world hubs for hi-tech companies, the Government’s technology tsar has claimed.
Dozens of counts allege bonuses secured by falsely claiming jobs found for unemployed
NANA Comfort Food and Craft Café takes to KickStarter to raise money for toilet conversion in east London
Robert R Taylor, who has died of cancer at the age of 77, was the man who took soap out of dishes, put it in pump bottles and forever changed the way people wash up.
Dairy farmer claims that fewer than 100 badgers have been killed in West Somerset in first 10 days of cull - when 500 should already have been destroyed
Stereotypically, big corporate organisations don’t encourage entrepreneurism but this attitude is changing says Hemant Chandran
They may have just graduated, but already the Class of 2013 are plotting new ways to tackle the job market
Cake shop boss says the programme had helped to tame her
Apprentice finalists Leah Totton and Luisa Zissman swap the boardroom for the chess board as they plot their final moves ahead of the climax to the series.
Raid involved eight machine-gun toting robbers in fake police uniforms
Hannah Langworth explains why your options could be far wider than you think
Business hopeful Rebecca Slater has become the latest Apprentice candidate to be fired - and said she could blow boardroom rival Luisa Zissman "out of the water" in real life.
Figurehead for Opening Doors scheme is left red-faced by accusations of nepotism