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Teachers demand right to anonymity until charged to stop false allegations ruining lives
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More than a third of teachers know of a colleague who has been wrongly accused by a pupil

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Salaries soar by 8% in the last 12 months and there are almost a million job vacancies
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More jobs are available and salaries are higher – with Cambridge and Manchester among the best places to find work

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Swinger drowns in pool at 007-themed sex party
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The reveller, aged 35, got into difficulties while in the pool with six others and died at the scene

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One Direction vow to continue as four-piece after Zayn Malik quits band
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Liam Payne thanked fans for sticking with the band and “not thinking it’s finished.”

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E-fit computer creates faces of 'the most beautiful man and woman in the world'
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The software takes into account factors including the thickness of lips, nose length and width and hairline

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Rozanne Duncan Makes Yet More Racist Comments After Being Fired From Ukip
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Despite being fired from Ukip for being racist, Rozanne Duncan has once again described in public her less than positive feelings about black people. Duncan, who served on the district council for Thanet – where Ukip leader Nigel Farage is standing for election, in Thanet South – made her latest controversial statement during a televised […]

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The History Girls
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One of the functions of government is to make public appointments, usually chair and non-executive director roles of public bodies. On 12 March the government announced the latest of these, the new chair of the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF). The new chair will be in charge of the largest funder of heritage in the UK, […]

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Cruelty Charges Long Overdue for Foie Gras Farmers
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Last month, a judge struck down California’s ban on the sale of foie gras. Focusing on a technicality, he ruled that foie gras is an “ingredient” and therefore covered by the US Poultry Products Inspection Act, which state law cannot override. Fortunately, California’s attorney general has appealed the ruling. If justice prevails, the judge presiding […]

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Would We Be 'Blaming' Cancer for the Deaths of Those People Who Perished in the Alps?
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If pilot Andreas Lubitz was so profoundly depressed that he could not function normally then clearly he should not have been flying. If he had been in the throes of a psychotic meltdown – and the signs would have been fairly evident before he entered the cabin – then likewise he should have been nowhere […]

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Brian Cox and Stephen Hawking to turn themselves into brands
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Professors Stephen Hawking and Brian Cox have applied to have their names turned into trademarks. It is hoped it will prevent others exploiting their names with inappropriate products.

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