Marie, pictured with her children Joshua, Mikayla, Tia, (baby) Olivia, Leah, Amelia, and Latoya (Picture: BPM) A mother-of eight-who receives £2,000 of benefits a month has spoken of her outrage of being ‘forced to work’ following the new welfare caps. Work-shy Marie Buchan, who once posted a picture on her Facebook page – calling herself ‘Welfare Queen’ with […]
Oddly, the number of undergrads from disadvantaged backgrounds have actually increased (Picture: Getty) Since the trebling of university tuition fees in 2010, the numbers of mature and part-time students has dropped by over a third. From over 580,000 part-time students in 2009/10, there are now only 368,000 studying today according to the Higher Education Statistics agency. Regarding […]
McNeil has been barred from contacting Ms Philips (Picture: Hook News) A cheating groom has been barred from contacting his new wife after he had an affair with the wedding hairdresser. Harry McNeil, 23, married Bronwen Phillips in November last year after a six-year relationship, but the new couple split after just a fortnight following the revelation […]
THE number of schools classed as failures has more than doubled after an overhaul of GCSE league tables, official figures showed yesterday.
FORMER Scots rugby star Thom Evans plans to put on a sizzling performance in Glasgow with his dance partner Iveta Lukosiute this weekend – but only on the dance floor.
HUNDREDS of smartphone-savvy refugees are using online forums to outwit security protecting the port.
Despite rave reviews, the second episode of the BBC’s Wolf Hall did not excite the viewers
Parents, pupils and teachers were all let down by a system which incentivised schools to put league tables – not pupils – first, says Nicky Morgan
Alan Davey says Radio 3’s mission is the ‘championing of serious, complex music’ no matter what the financial challenges
A portrait of Sir Winston Churchill has been restored to its full glory, after experts remove a film of cigar smoke