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Students and academics have urged Lib Dem MPs to stick to an election pledge and vote against proposals to remove the cap on university tuition fees in England.
At 11.5 per cent, the UK has the highest incidence of adults living in workless households of the six largest EU economies, says a new report.
The Equality and Human Rights Commission is today publishing a 700 page report that shows Britain to be a deeply divided country.
Labour leader Ed Miliband has appointed the Roman Catholic MP Andy Burnham, who believes that “faith schools should be open to all”, as Shadow Education Secretary.
Green Party leader Caroline Lucas has said that Prime Minister David Cameron's dream of a Big Society is “hiding a nightmare of socially devastating cuts”.
Charities and academics have condemned comments by a Conservative minister who appeared to blame large families living on benefits for their own poverty.
Amidst new warnings about crop failures, Friends of the Earth have said that eating “less, but better quality” meat is vital to the struggle against climate change.
The European Commission has set out its ideas for the future taxation of the financial sector.
Tory MP Chris Grayling has been nominated as “Bigot of the Year” after saying that Christian guest house owners should be free to discriminate against same-sex couples.
We have just passed the 75th anniversary of Mussolini's invasion of Abyssinia. The invasion began on 3 October 1935, prompting pacifists and other campaigners in Britain to call for an arms embargo on Italy.