Teachers said the sessions were essential to continue to explain Government reforms
John Williamson, who died of cancer at the age of 80 in Reno, Nevada on 24 March, was a pioneer of the 1960s sexual revolution as co-founder of Topanga Canyon's Sandstone Retreat, where nudity and free love were once de rigueur.
Officials admit diabetic Gillian Astbury suffered ‘appalling’ care on ward before she died
Student protesters at Sussex University are in the final stages of preparation for what could be one of the biggest protests in Sussex University’s history.
The former Scotland manager Alex McLeish believes there are numerous strong candidates to succeed Craig Levein, including caretaker Billy Stark. But Berti Vogts, who was in charge of the Scotland team for two years ending in 2004, believes whoever gets the job will be stymied by "poor players".
France needs “shock” therapy to break its downward economic spiral, including a substantial cut in payroll taxes, the government was told today.
IT specialists should consider becoming police volunteers to help stop criminals trying to fleece Britons of hundreds of millions of pounds online, the Security Minister is to suggest.
The Language Show Live attracts thousands of job hunters, educators – and those who just love to learn
Spirit of Thirties is revived as young Huddersfield manager shares opposite number's fear of failure
Three young men wearing white shirts and ties acting out themed scenes while their relationship dynamic changes through petty jealousies and annoyances sounds par for the course for the sketch genre, but there's enough of a twinkle in the eyes of performers Kieran Hodgson, Joe Parham and Joe Markham, and in the lines crafted by the cast and co-writer Tom Meltzer, that make this show a little above the average fare.
The best travel photographs of 2010 will go on show later this month at the Travel Photographer of the Year exhibition.
BBC Trust chairman Michael Lyons has outlined a series of tough new demands for the Corporation, such as revealing details about the pay of presenters and the names of stars receiving the biggest salaries.
Rising house prices have heralded the return of unorthodox investments, from property seminars to hotel buy-to-let offers. But are they too good to be true? Graham Norwood reports
Arizona police say the deaths of two people taking part in a sauna-like ritual were not accidental
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A major review of the A-level grading system is necessary to maintain public confidence in the exam, the head of one of the country's biggest exam boards said yesterday.