On your bike: Atherton hopes her success will inspire more young women to try the sport she loves

BT Sport Action Woman of the Year: Downhill route takes Rachel Atherton to the top

Rio is now in the sights of World Cup champion who has capped a highly successful year by being named the first BT Sport Action Woman of the Year

Edward Bunyan and Indira Gainiyeva left Stonyhurst College in Clitheroe, Lancashire, in the early hours of Monday morning

Stonyhurst runaway teenagers told they cannot return to College

Stonyhurst headmaster rules their return as 'untenable' after their departure to the Caribbean sparked an international search

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'A generation of young people will never vote Conservative or Lib Dem because of this Government': Introducing the first i student debate in Cardiff

Agree? Disagree? This is your chance to have a say - right in front of the editors of i and The Independent

The Midnight Beast, TV review: Wacky sub-plots, original music numbers and dud gags

E4's The Midnight Beast began a second series last night. The comedy-pop band of the same name first won fans for their YouTube video parodies of artists such as Ke$ha, before making the leap into this self-titled sitcom in 2012.

Tallulah Wilson, 15, was found dead on the tracks at St Pancras station in London

Without question, the Internet can be a toxic place for young people. But withdrawing access to it isn't the right answer

Teenagers today live their lives online as much as offline

Iain Duncan Smith opposes plans for £12bn of further cuts from next year

IDS: 'Conservatives are winning the argument on welfare'

The Conservatives are winning the argument against Labour on welfare because the debate is no longer about how much money is spent, Iain Duncan Smith will claim today.

The boomerang generation: A lack of affordable housing is putting huge strain on young lives

For the first time in years, housing is a top five issue for voters

Danny Cousins, 21, and his 66-year-old father, Mick, are sharing a one-bed flat in Luton while Danny saves for a house

The boomerang generation: Forced back to the nest by lack of jobs and high cost of living

Official figures show Britain now has more than 3m ‘boomerangers’, and it’s getting worse

Young people are struggling, but we need more than a nod from Government to acknowledge it

From pornography to skipping meals, too many children don't know where to turn when they need help and advice

Aiden McNulty, 18, became seriously depressed when he was 15 and taking his GCSEs, but recovered after receiving help and is now planning to study business at university

Mental health risk to children trapped in ‘toxic climate’ of dieting, pornography and school stress

Children are living in an “unprecedented toxic climate” in which they skip meals to stay thin, are bombarded by pornographic images and fear they will be failures amid a “continuous onslaught of stress at school”, according to research published today.

A police officer stands guard near the home of missing boy Mikaeel Kular

Community memorial service to be held for Mikaeel Kular in Edinburgh

Police 'strongly believe' dead child found in Kirkcaldy is Mikaeel

Delhi's Paharganj area is popular with backpackers

Government issues safety warnings for women tourists in India after sex attacks

Violent attacks on Polish, German and Danish travellers reported already this year

Teachers convicted or cautioned for downloading indecent images of children should be banned

98 teachers served with prohibition orders in the past year

Schools are becoming 'exam factories' which don't equip students for the world of work, claims CBI

Schools are in danger of becoming "exam factories" - churning out teenagers unable to cope with life beyond their gates, Britain's bosses warned yesterday.

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Independent photographers Joseph Fox and Orlando Gili are uploading two portraits of constituents to their website for each day of the campaign
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A century ago, soldiers of the Empire – many no more than boys – spilt on to Gallipoli’s beaches. On this 100th Anzac Day, there are personal, poetic tributes to their sacrifice
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Dissent is slowly building against the billions spent on presidential campaigns – even among politicians themselves, reports Rupert Cornwell
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The actor and director on austerity, unionisation, and not mentioning his famous parents
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Imagine if the leading political parties were fashion labels

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