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What's behind the drop in teen pregnancies?

A fall in rates of teen pregnancy may be linked to young people spending more time online, on schoolwork and with their families.

Cladding ban proposals do not go far enough, MPs warn

Proposals to ban flammable cladding in high-rise buildings made in response to the Grenfell Tower fire "do not go far enough", a Commons committee has said. 

Sir Cliff Richard to hear judgement in case against the BBC

Sir Cliff Richard is to hear whether he has been successful in his years-long court battle against the BBC.

Boris Johnson resignation speech could signal another leadership bid

Boris Johnson is poised to make a potentially explosive resignation statement to MPs, nine days after quitting as foreign secretary.

Olympian uses pig's blood for revenge on lover

Olympian uses pig's blood for revenge on lover

A former Olympian has admitted using pig's blood to scrawl lewd messages on the walls of a Tory peer's home, a court has heard.

Arsene Wenger: My 22-year spell at Arsenal was 'perhaps' a mistake

Arsene Wenger: My 22-year spell at Arsenal was 'perhaps' a mistake

Arsene Wenger has said that staying at Arsenal for 22 years is "perhaps" the biggest mistake of his career.

Poppi Worthington: Laptop seized as police investigate 13-month-old's death

Poppi Worthington: Laptop seized as police investigate 13-month-old's death

A laptop has been seized by police investigating the death of 13-month-old Poppi Worthington in 2012.

Former UKIP councillor Stephen Searle found guilty of murdering his wife

Former UKIP councillor Stephen Searle found guilty of murdering his wife

A former UKIP councillor has been found guilty of murdering his wife - months after she discovered his affair with their son's partner.

Vital tank part missing before soldiers' deaths

Vital tank part missing before soldiers' deaths

Two soldiers died after a key design flaw on their tank went undetected, a coroner has said.

Sky Data poll: Britons do not think Theresa May is in control of her own party

Sky Data poll: Britons do not think Theresa May is in control of her own party

Almost three-quarters of Britons do not believe Theresa May has control of her own party, according to a Sky Data poll.

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No responses to consultation over children with additional needs

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