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Lack of Afro-Caribbean hairdressers 'puts black students off applying to Cambridge'

‘If you have afro hair, the expertise is needed – things that are really basic and simple become quite a big challenge’...

Labour MP pulls out of Oxford Union debate with Katie Hopkins after students call for boycott

Naz Shah says she drew the line ‘at those who use racism to dehumanise people’...

Break time cuts could be harming children’s development

School break times are as much as an hour shorter than they were two decades ago....

School pupils face £80 fines for dropping litter

Rubbish Party councillor Sally Cogley has hailed the East Ayrshire scheme as a UK first....

Eton teaching pupils to say 'thank you' as part of new empathy lessons

The elite boarding school’s head of teaching says empathy is ‘not an inbuilt trait’...

Parents boycott Sats tests at Bealings primary school

A class of six and seven-year-olds will not sit the exams as “they should be out playing”....

Eileen Macken finds her 103-year-old birth mum

Irish pensioner finally meets her mother, after 81 years of not knowing who she was....

Blogger: There is a stigma around infertility

Infertility blogger says there is a stigma around infertility in some black communities....

School break times ‘cut short to cram in more lessons’

Pupils in England are missing out on valuable time to exercise and make friends, researchers suggest....

Is extremism really getting worse?

Are we living in a time of intolerance? An anti-extremism commission expert says evidence can be misleading....

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