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16 killed in stampede for government jobs

Tallulah Wilson, 15, was found dead on the tracks at St Pancras station in London

Without question, the Internet can be a toxic place for young people. But withdrawing access to it isn't the right answer

Teenagers today live their lives online as much as offline

Sandhurst Military Academy, in south-east England, where Noreen Orange's husband trained

Wartime spy’s widow Noreen Orange ends life with cyanide saved for 70 years

Inquest told 85-year-old did not want to be a burden to anyone

Ofsted chief Michael Wilshaw is speaking sense by saying we should call out bad parenting

Perhaps parent-teacher evenings should, where appropriate, be as much about the parents as about the children

John, 9, Duwayne, 13, Jade, 10, Jayden, 5, Jesse, 6, and Jack Philpott, 7, all died after a blaze was started deliberately at the family's semi-detached house in Allenton, Derby

Philpott fire deaths: Police stop fundraising by Catch Me When I Fall group

Police confirm a man was questioned about allegations connected to the fund

She said, he said: the cast of 'Blurred Lines'

Blurred Lines, theatre review: Robin Thicke meets The Equality Illusion

The Shed, National Theatre, London

Indian police escort men accused of a gang-rape to a court at Birbhum district

Village elders 'order gang-rape of young woman as punishment for relationship with outsider'

The 20-year-old woman was in a critical condition after the attack

Bill Cosby plans to make a new family sitcom and remake Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids

Bill Cosby is back: Comedian to make new family sitcom for NBC

Two new shows are in the pipeline 20 years after The Cosby Show finished

Schools to fine parents £60 if children turn up late for registration

Parents in Milton Keynes could be fined £60 if their children are late for class under a new truancy policy.

Emergency housing bill in London boroughs reaches over half a billion pounds

The Chief Executive of housing charity Shelter said families in alternative accommodation are left without roots and stability

US court rules sperm donor to lesbian couple is legal father and must pay child support

Kansas state sues Marotta for $6,000 in child support for four-year-old girl

L’Issipile, La nuova musica, classical review

Wigmore Hall, London

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has received complaints from patients who have been 'passed around hospital'

Every hospital patient will get point-of-contact doctor, Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt will announce

Hospital patients will be allocated a named doctor with overall responsibility for their care, Jeremy Hunt will announce today.

The News Matrix: Thursday 23 January 2014

Talks aim to defuse violent protests

Iain Duncan Smith opposes plans for £12bn of further cuts from next year

IDS: 'Conservatives are winning the argument on welfare'

The Conservatives are winning the argument against Labour on welfare because the debate is no longer about how much money is spent, Iain Duncan Smith will claim today.

Tallulah Wilson, 15, was found dead on the tracks at St Pancras station in London

The death of Tallulah Wilson: Mother of 15-year-old who was hit by a train urges awareness 'of a toxic digital world'

The gifted young dancer became obsessed with the internet, sharing pictures of her self-harm on the blogging website Tumblr

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