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The charity getting young people rowing

London Youth Rowing hopes to encourages young people to be active through the sport....

One million children face ‘Dickensian poverty’

A children’s charity calculates a million children will spend Christmas without adequate food or comfort....

Government's technical qualifications to count for Ucas points in bid to end 'snobbery'

‘As a nation I’m afraid we’ve been technical education snobs,’ education secretary says...

Children as young as nine asked if Santa is real for homework sparking outrage from parents

‘Choosing this topic to debate takes away from the magic of Christmas’...

The Next Basketball Star Might Be Playing for Ryerson

There’s plenty of Canadian basketball stars, but none from Canadian universities. Tanor Ngom might be about to change that. One dunk changed it all. During a preseason game against a top-ranked team from the US, the world took notice of a...

Girls ‘more likely to face loneliness’

About one in 10 young people often feel lonely, with fears that loneliness will be seen as “failing”....

Who is Chris Skidmore? Everything you need to know about the new universities and science minister

‘Chris is taking up the role at a particularly challenging time for universities’...

Christmas cheer at Lady Lumley’s School after ban lifted

Pupils were previously told Christmas was cancelled unless they could argue a case for it....

Windrush: ‘Home Office ignored warnings’

Spending watchdog says Home Office processes led to wrongful deportations and detentions....

US buyers to protect ethos of AC Grayling’s London college

The new US owners of the New College of the Humanities, founded by philosopher AC Grayling, promise to keep its identity....

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