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National Cyber Security Centre aims to inspire next generation of female...

The contest is run by the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) to encourage 12 and 13-year-old girls to get involved in code-cracking and problem-solving, in the hope they chose computer science for GCSE and go on to do further qualifications in the subject

Universal Credit claimants ‘told to apply for provisional driving licence’ as...

Liverpool Walton MP, Dan Carden, called on the Department of Work and Pensions to postpone the roll-out of Universal Credit in his constituency until after Christmas and highlighted the driving licence issue as one of many administrative problems with the new system

Man known as ‘Nick’ whose claims sparked VIP abuse investigation is...

The 50-year-old, known previously only as "Nick", will now stand trial at Newcastle Crown Court in May next year over 12 counts of perverting the course of justice and one allegation of fraud

Universal Credit fuelling ‘epidemic’ of suffering, foodbank charity claims

Before the Merseyside derby at Anfield, fans from both Liverpool and Everton donated thousands of bags of food to Fans Supporting Foodbanks - a grassroots charity that says that donations need to double if it is to keep up with current demand

From WWII to the White House: George HW Bush’s remarkable life

He grew up in a large, affluent family where he developed a dedication to traditional American values and a commitment to public service in war and in peace

Alexandra Palace theatre reopens after £27m restoration

For decades, crumbling and in a state of decay, it's remained closed off to the public

Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust rated inadequate after maternity ‘failure’

A senior midwife was appointed at Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust (SaTH) last year to review more than 100 alleged cases of poor maternity care

Ukraine vows to defend itself militarily against ‘Russian aggression’

Pavlo Klimkin said that the country's forces were more prepared and better equipped than ever before and the government would not let other parts of the country go the way of the Crimean peninsul

Online retailer Missguided claims its inspectors were chased out of factory

The claim was made by Paul Smith from Missguided, whose CEO Nitin Passi declined to give evidence to the Environmental Audit Committee hearing in Parliament

Carl Sargeant inquest: Welsh leader’s comments ‘fuelled despair’ of politician found...

Welsh Assembly member Carl Sargeant, 49, was discovered lying on the floor of the utility room at his home after leaving a note for his family and friends in November 2017