Continent’s rising performance partly due to 'undoubted growth in university systems'
Prestigious Oxbridge universities slip down, as rankings’ editor says balance of power in higher education is 'slowly shifting from the West to the East'
Admissions tutor tells researchers 'a lottery would be fairer than the current system', as both universities respond to the findings
St Andrews and Durham revealed as having strong honours records too
Cambridge and Oxford take first and second place respectively
OUSU sabbatical team says: 'There are still questions to be answered'
Powell's facial expressions and Woods' 'killer eyebrows' steal the show
Northern graduates - from Liverpool, Newcastle and York - also achieve 'highly competitive earnings'
Home affordability is at its worst level in eight years
In total, 16 different universities came top of at least one of the 42 subjects
Germany, however, looks set to challenge UK's dominance as it continues to offer more English-taught degrees and no tuition fees
The man asked Hollywood actor LeBeouf to hit him to 'complete' his performance artwork
Exclusive: New figures show that civil servants are drawn from a narrow social and economic pool
Staff at the LUSH store say they 'have always felt safer' with Lottie outside the shop
Only 6% of young entrants to elite Russell Group universities are from disadvantaged backgrounds
During the recent campaign to remove Cecil Rhodes' statue from a college in Oxford, its leader claimed the city's very architecture was an affront to 21st-century sensibilities. He should try a stroll round central London's statuary, says Charlie Gilmour. On 'murder mile', the Empire's heroes in marble and bronze are steeped in innocent blood