With demand for teachers remaining strong, it’s the ideal career choice for those who want security as well as a rewarding job
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.
One by one, the class of January are having to deliver. Now it's the turn of Stornoway, featured in the BBC's Sound of 2010 Poll.
Anti-immigration party changes its rules – but says it will never be 'multi-racial'