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School forced to switch off lights once a week amid budget...

It comes as new research highlights the scale of money worries in both primary and secondary schools in England

Sexual crime is dark and damaging – tackling it is too

What they have done is perhaps the most heinous and damaging thing a human can do to another

York Minster shows how cathedrals can be restored after fires

The south transept of the world-famous landmark was almost destroyed by fire in 1984 after a lightning strike on the roof

Hillsborough victim’s wife meets the man who carried him from pitch

The city observed a moment's silence at 3.06pm on Monday, the exact time the FA Cup semi-final between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest was stopped on 15 April 1989

EU foster children should be given automatic British citizenship, charity says

Coram, a legal children's centre specialising in adoption and fostering services, has warned that thousands of children risk being left undocumented when the UK leaves the European Union because they are unaware of the EU settlement scheme or find it too complicated

Opioid crisis driven by ‘inappropriate prescription’ of painkillers to surgery patients

The use of prescription opioids more than doubled worldwide between 2001 and 2013

India elections: Fears of lynch mobs and violence if Narendra Modi...

The general election will be the world's largest democratic exercise, with voting beginning on 11 April

Birmingham pub bombings: Botched IRA warning call led to 21 deaths,...

Two bombs exploded in the Tavern In The Town and the Mulberry Bush pub in the city centre on 21 November 1974, leaving more than 200 people injured

No-deal Brexit would be ‘catastrophic’, farmers warn

Unlike some livestock farming, arable farmers have not been offered any protection against cheaper imports and also face the prospect of an increase in export tariffs

Vaginal mesh surgery to be allowed again following safety ban

In July 2018 vaginal mesh procedures, used to treat incontinence in women, were halted as part of an independent safety review led by Baroness Cumberlege, days after she had spoken to women injured by mesh