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Limit children’s snacks to 100 calories, health body says

Parents should only allow two healthy snacks a day, a health body says in new year drive....

‘Trojan Horse’ school ruling hush ‘exceptional’

Details of school governor tribunal following an alleged “Muslim takeover” will not be published....

Students cop the blame for pushing locals out of university towns – but it's not their fault

Local residents of St Andrews feel university growth has come at too high a cost – it's time for local councils and universities to overcome the divide between town and gown...

Brexit-supporting students getting abuse on campus

Three university students speak about how they have been treated on campus....

New Year Honours: Knighthood for adult education pioneer

Alan Tuckett, ex-president of the International Council for Adult Education, said he was “humbled”....

New Year Honours: MBE for carer who fostered more than 100 children

Stella Tomkinson, from Nuneaton, said she was “really lucky” to watch so many children grow up....

MBE for author of ‘instruction manual’ for autism

Deborah Brownson’s experience as the parent of two autistic boys inspired book and support campaign....

Brexit could mute Great War centenary

A prominent historian says the sacrifice of the Great War should be marked, despite sensitivities around Brexit talks....

Winning a Duke of Edinburgh gold award in prison

An outdoors expedition meant camping on a prison football pitch, but it helped turned around a young inmate’s life....

Learning a language is resolution for one in five Brits, survey says

Spanish was the most popular language to learn, a British Council survey suggests....

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