Education Secretary said he would be prepared to back future applications to expand selective schools
The legendary duo met at a railway station in Kent on 17 October 1961 when they were mere slips of teenage lads
As proposals for a ‘satellite’ school in Kent are rejected, Chief Inspector says the numbers fail to support claims that selection aids social mobility
Conservationists stunned by the insects’ rapid recovery
If there's one thing students enjoy more than a few quiet pints, it's flexing their intellectual muscles at the same time.
The 65-year-old from Kent faces ‘mob vigilantism’ and death threats after film of him having sex with another man were stolen from his home
News that Zarin Patel is taking action over criticisms of the way the organisation paid stars emerged after The Independent revealed departing head of human resources, Lucy Adams, is using licence fee money to sue the NUJ
Teachers’ union leaders say increasing number of selective places is not best way to raise standards
The singers insist that they aren't a Satanic cult
MEP said the cabinet views his party 'as being part of the lower orders'
Human rights group Liberty is concerned about the length of time people can be kept on police bail
Shelley Rudman has weighty expectations for the Winter Olympics in Sochi next year as she bids to improve on the shock skeleton silver medal she claimed at the Turin Games in 2006.
The batsman is included in the squad for the tour Down Under
Rising temperatures are forcing false widow spiders up north
Durham moved to within one win of clinching their third County Championship in six years with an astonishing victory over Derbyshire at the County Ground, where the home side were skittled out for just 63 in their second innings.
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