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A UK winner has claimed a £35 million EuroMillions win and is considering whether to go public about the life-changing jackpot, operator Camelot has said.
The city council has made an agreement with the Home Office to identify 63 people from refugee camps in Lebanon and Iraq
Those named on the new hitlist say it represents a deliberate targeting of intellectuals and people who are fighting to keep Bangladesh a secular country
Briton says the university 'teaches in English , at a fraction of the cost of comparable universities in the UK, in a beautiful setting of a lively student town'
Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, says he is 'incredibly proud' to see London perform well, proving the capital 'continues to be the global leader in education'
Editor of rankings says, despite the UK’s performance, recent cuts in higher education funding - along with immigration measures affecting overseas students - will hinder Britain's performance in the long run, compared with its European rivals
'The ministry might find it an opportunity to exchange support with the United Kingdom', leaked cable reportedly reads
One expert tells the film how student victims are ‘discouraged from going to the police because, if they do, it’s more likely to end up as a public record’
The new model will be more than a pretty face – with estate, performance and plug-in variants part of the plans too
Police have issued a £5,000 reward to find those responsible for the attack
Glencore shares tumbled to a record low; Asian markets are down; UK lending and money supply figures are coming
Murray argues that poverty, education and the state of the country’s public services were 'much, much, much bigger issues'
Academy where 40 languages are spoken has achieved above-average results
Jeremy Corbyn has previously said he supports actions on arms sales
'I always describe Bristol as a laboratory for change - it is very typical major provincial city: complex, historic'
After 19 years legally resident in the UK, a South African book tour and a few trips to Yemen led to author Ishtiyaq Shukri’s deportation