Northern graduates - from Liverpool, Newcastle and York - also achieve 'highly competitive earnings'
The victim had written a number of books and sold art by Banksy
They are designed to give candidates a chance to show their real ability and potential
House prices in the city have gone up 79 per cent in the last ten years
The man asked Hollywood actor LeBeouf to hit him to 'complete' his performance artwork
The actor's said his performance piece #Elevate was about 'creating forced intimacy'
1. In which city did nearly 2,000 runners recently compete in a 'For Love and Peace'- themed race?
The Prime Minister needs to put his own house in order before throwing any more stones at others
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
Report said to have been referred to frequently by protesters to accuse the university of 'institutional racism'
John Letts and Sally Lane told how they were arrested by counter-terror police after trying to send their son money
Flanery warns of the dangers of mass surveillance, and the frailty of individual identity
If there really is a new planet, it won't be called Bowie, as many fans hoped. But who will get the important task of bestowing a title? Simon Usborne investigates
Charting the 500-year history of wanting things we simply don't need
The new Vice-Chancellor has argued that students should engage critically with ideas, rather than be protected from them
Oxford's students will also 'articulate our obligation to the vulnerable and poor'