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Cow’s milk allergy: ‘Going to a coffee shop could kill my child’

Five-year-old Evie Kinsella’s cow’s milk allergy is so severe she reacts to milk particles in the air....

WJEC apology after GCSE computer science exam problem

Errors meant exams were delayed and pupils could not answer one of the questions, parents say....

Islamic school in Newcastle sent hate mail in third attack on centre this year

Northumbria Police treating incident as a hate crime...

Student Natasha Abrahart’s suicide: Neglect a ‘contributory factor’

A mental health service “significantly underestimated” Natasha Abrahart’s condition, a coroner rules....

Pupils at £37,000-a-year private school sit English IGCSE exam only to find they have been taught wrong book

Exclusive: Boarding school requests ‘special consideration’ to be made for students affected by school’s error...

Helpline for teachers struggling with mental health problems receives record number of calls

Cases related to workplace stress jumped by nearly 50 per cent in one year...

Prescribing deer dung and pigeon slippers

Cambridge historians are digitising some unusual medical records from the 17th Century....

Pregnant at Oxford University: Juggling motherhood with studying

You’re studying at one of the world’s top universities and then you get pregnant. What happens next?...

Voices of children overlooked in family courts, says ex-head

Former family courts head Sir James Munby says they are “shamefully” behind in victim support....

Carl Benjamin: University hustings cancelled over safety fears after Ukip candidate doused with milkshake

‘We believe it presents too high a security risk for us to hold the event on this campus,’ UWE officials say...

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