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Richie Robins was punched and knocked unconscious but the attack continued as he lay on floor

Employers have said that graduates are unprepared for the workplace

Graduates unprepared for employment

Many graduates are not prepared for the working world according to employers

If you want to be employed after uni, study music...

2012's recession-busting graduating class at the Royal Academy of Music were all employed or in further study within six months of finishing their degree

Adam Gemili walks past the Olympic stadium every day

Gemili the fastest learner in the Olympic heartland

Britain's latest sprint sensation is now studying at university in Stratford and is reminded every day of his race with Bolt and Co

#Romneyshambles: 'Some Americans just shouldn't leave the country', says Carl Lewis

"Stay home if you don't know what to say," says nine-times gold medal winning sprinter

Why high-flyers are choosing to teach

Teaching careers have never been more sought-after, or as personally and financially rewarding for those who do them

You have an excellent chance of finding a job

With demand for teachers remaining strong, it’s the ideal career choice for those who want security as well as a rewarding job

Universities in crisis as student numbers fall

Colleges that have offered most to poorer students will be biggest losers as impact of fees bites

Taxpayers face extra costs under new stadium plan

Taxpayers are facing another hefty bill if West Ham United win the bid to move into the Olympic stadium, as officials hope.

Video: 'Hackney heroine's' riot anger

Pauline Pearce, the grandmother who berated rioters in Hackney, says she felt a "strange anger" at the people destroying her community.

Field Day, Victoria Park, London

A one-day festival in east London's Victoria Park, Field Day is awash with names faintly familiar from ones-to-watch and best-new-album lists. Now in its fifth year, Field Day has a swelled capacity of 20,000. You can feel it; just getting under canvas to see certain bands can be a challenge.

Teenagers remanded over stabbing death

Two men appeared in court today charged with the murder of a man near a bus stop.

Online House Hunter: Bethnal Green

Whether you are looking for a four-bedroom house for sale in Bethnal Green or a one-bedroom flat to rent in this part of the East End of London, there’s no shortage of properties to choose from.

Lawrence pair plead not guilty

Two men appeared in court yesterday accused of the murder of black teenager Stephen Lawrence 18 years ago.

Dark age of strikes is over for good

There are people in Britain's old mining villages or around Wapping in east London who are still not on speaking terms because they were on opposite sides of the bitter industrial conflicts of the 1980s. The resentment that strikers felt against workers who crossed the picket lines has endured for a generation.

College slaps income cap on parents

Parents with a joint income above £26,000 will be barred from sending their children to a state sixth-form college planned for the East End of London. The college will be one of the Government's flagship "free" schools, offering places to bright inner-city children to help them to get into elite universities.

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