Jack Wilshere and Carl Jenkinson have already given him their praise
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Monday 27 January 2014
Teenagers are being failed by current system that is 'narrow and outdated'
Sunday 26 January 2014
India is the fourth most dangerous place in the world for females, after only Afghanistan, Congo and Pakistan
Friday 24 January 2014
The Good Grammar leader warned that now apostrophes are gone, commas could be next
Friday 17 January 2014
Secure college will house up to 320 young troublemakers
Thursday 16 January 2014
Judges who make life-changing decisions on behalf of people who lack mental capacity will now routinely have to publish their judgments.
World Cup 2014: Despite David Moyes recently describing his decisions as 'scandalous', referee Howard Webb is selected to represent England in Brazil
Wednesday 15 January 2014
Webb took charge of the 2010 final, becoming the first Englishman to referee a World Cup final since Jack Taylor in 1974
Tuesday 14 January 2014
A distinct bias of "boy preference" can be found in countries extending from North Africa and West Asia to South Asia, including India, and East Asia, including China. That such discrimination has a place in a large part of the modern world is distressing: the number of "missing women" can be quite large.
Benefits Street, The Bletchley Circle and Secrets Of The Living Dolls: What to watch tonight - TV choices, Monday 6 January
Monday 06 January 2014
Channel 4 doc about men who dress up as latex dolls airs tonight
Monday 06 January 2014
Are you ready to become part of a new generation of high-calibre teachers?
Kevin Garside: Boxer Evander Holyfield has always been a sucker but, despite his fall to reality TV depths, is worth remembering for when he was the ‘real deal’
Sunday 05 January 2014
At least his appearance on car-crash TV is preferable to stepping back in the ring
Friday 03 January 2014
Sweetness and light among shame and confusion. The greatest of all novels is Leo Tolstoy's final novel, Resurrection. Its effect upon a reader is immense and immediate. Even after eight readings of various translations, I continue to feel its spell and admire its complexity.
Thursday 02 January 2014
Changes to the benefits system are forcing those in greatest need of aid to suffer, a charity has warned.
Sunday 15 December 2013
As proposals for a ‘satellite’ school in Kent are rejected, Chief Inspector says the numbers fail to support claims that selection aids social mobility
Wednesday 11 December 2013
Sir Michael Wilshaw argues that poverty is no longer the major determinant of whether a child will fail
Wednesday 04 December 2013
Late in PM’s Questions the (very) right-wing Tory backbencher Peter Bone rose to deliver his magisterial verdict on Nick Clegg’s substitution for the absent David Cameron. “Hasn’t the acting Prime Minister been outstanding today?” he asked, adding that “anyone listening on the radio” would have thought it was Cameron himself. (This wasn’t a huge compliment since Bone is hardly the PM’s greatest fan). But then the only half-sarcastic pay-off: “I think that the Right Hon Gentleman is turning into a Tory.”
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Woman and two children killed by mob in riots over 'blasphemous' Facebook post in Pakistan
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