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England's exam watchdog Ofqual has launched an official inquiry into blunders in this summer's GCSE and A-level papers that affected up to 100,000 students.
Labour have held the Westminster seat of Inverclyde but have seen their share of the vote drop after a closely fought by-election with the SNP.
Widespread school closures on a day of massive strike action have proved a headache for parents and left some firms short-staffed.
Three British students on a holiday of a lifetime before they were due to start university have been killed in a horror bus crash in Thailand.
The Government is on thin ice when it makes the claim that public sector pensions are unaffordable, according to Sky's business presenter Jeff Randall.
Police have been granted permission to appeal to the Supreme Court to reverse a ruling that could see tens of thousands of violent criminals escape prosecution.
Families of servicemen killed in Iraq and Afghanistan have had their bid to sue the Ministry of Defence under the Human Rights Act fail at the High Court.
The Foreign Secretary has announced that the Government is supplying further body armour and other equipment for use by the Libyan rebels.
A bride-to-be has been given a very public etiquette lesson after an email from her future mother-in-law, attacking her "uncouthness", went viral over the internet.
A snake breeder has died from a bite from one of his king cobras just as he was about to open a sanctuary for them.