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Failed headteachers 'recruited by Ofsted to inspect schools'

Former failing headteachers have been recruited by Ofsted to inspect schools, it was reported today.

60 new woodlands announced to mark Queen's Diamond Jubilee

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'British FBI' boss to direct forces

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New UK obesity centre offers surgery to teens

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Headteacher warning over pupils and technology

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Pre-war Kenya Nazi plot suspicions revealed

Germans who claimed to be catching butterflies in pre-war Kenya caught the attention of British officials who feared the Nazis were plotting to invade East Africa, previously secret files reveal.

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New BBC series to examine Shakespeare's world

A dagger, an eye relic and a fork are among the subjects of a new BBC series which will examine the turbulent lives of the Bard's original audience.

The Pass is an extension of the 'Chef's table', in which diners get to watch the backstage action

The Pass, South Lodge Country, House Hotel, Brighton Road, West Sussex

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Rupert Murdoch will arrive at the Wapping headquarters of his British newspapers tomorrow to take charge of the latest crisis involving one of his titles, sources say.

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