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Mother-of-eight claims she is being ‘forced to work’ after having her £2,000-a-month benefits cut
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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 […]

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The number of part-time uni students has dropped by a third since 2010
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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 […]

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Cheating groom had affair with wedding hairdresser
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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 […]

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New GCSE tables 'fail' twice as many schools
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THE number of schools classed as failures has more than doubled after an overhaul of GCSE league tables, official figures showed yesterday.

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Just dance, no romance, says Strictly star Thom Evans
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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.

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EXCLUSIVE: Calais migrants use Facebook to sneak into UK
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HUNDREDS of smartphone-savvy refugees are using online forums to outwit security protecting the port.

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Wolf Hall a turn-off as a million viewers switch over
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Despite rave reviews, the second episode of the BBC’s Wolf Hall did not excite the viewers

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Standards in schools matter more than league table positions
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Parents, pupils and teachers were all let down by a system which incentivised schools to put league tables – not pupils – first, says Nicky Morgan

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New Radio 3 chief seeks new listeners without dumbing down
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Alan Davey says Radio 3’s mission is the ‘championing of serious, complex music’ no matter what the financial challenges

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'Mesmeric' portrait of Sir Winston Churchill restored to full glory
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A portrait of Sir Winston Churchill has been restored to its full glory, after experts remove a film of cigar smoke

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