News The reports suggests primary school teachers should be coached to give their pupils basic knowledge of how the employment world works

Children should be given lessons in careers whilst at primary school as part of an attempt to promote “employability” in schools, says a report out today.

Police arrest 11-year-old Rebecca Thompson's father over her murder in Hertfordhire

52-year-old is currently in hospital after car crash hours before the girl's body was found

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Jeremy Forrest was jailed for five and a half years yesterday

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Sister also pledges to support her brother and the girl if they continue their relationship

Schoolgirl who Jeremy Forrest abducted says she still loves her teacher

The girl says she is "profoundly sorry" for fleeing with Forrest, but says that her feelings for him will not change

Ofsted's chief inspector, Sir Michael Wilshaw

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Sir Michael Wilshaw tells parents and teachers that schools must to more to help the less fortunate

William Blake: The 19th-century poet is not the author of 'Two Sunflowers Move into the Yellow Room'

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Misattribution of verse started by students on internet is finally corrected by blogger

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Driver ploughs into school children and lollipop lady during coughing fit

Nine injured as motorist hits accelerator by  mistake and loses control of vehicle

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The “naked rambler” has been jailed for 11 months after being found guilty of breaching an anti-social behaviour order (Asbo) banning him from being naked in public just minutes after it was imposed.

Schools to offer pupils 'lessons on death' from the age of three

Grieving elephants to feature in attempt to break taboo and explain subject to children

Central Berlin bombed to rubble in 1945

Diary of Second World War German teenager reveals young lives untroubled by Nazi Holocaust in wartime Berlin

Newly published diary hailed as remarkable documentary evidence of how millions of Germans relied on collective indifference to endure the horrors of war

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The optimistic zeal for reform before the UK’s last G8 was so strong that even Pink Floyd were prepared to be conciliatory. Sarah Morrison assesses  the actual results

Cycling, the favoured pastime of Bradley Wiggins, pictured, has seen a decline of 3.5% since last summers Olympic Games

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Drop prompts accusations that the Government has already squandered the legacy of London 2012

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30-year-old joins small group of prisoners whose crimes are deemed so appalling they will spend the rest of their lives behind bars

Child refused school lunch over parents’ debt of £1.75

A father has taken both of his children out of a primary school after one was refused lunch because the family owed £1.75.

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