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Children 'robbed of childhood' as families housed in converted shipping containers and offices
Thousands of children are being "robbed" of a decent childhood by growing up in converted shipping containers and office blocks, say campaigners.
Students from poorer areas more likely to achieve low GCSE grades, charity warns
Students from the poorest areas are significantly more likely to score low grades in their GCSEs, a charity has warned.
FTSE100 bosses make 117 times their employees despite pay cut
Bosses at Britain's biggest companies have taken a pay cut but continue to earn more than 100 times the average employee.
PC Andrew Harper: Man accused of killing Berkshire police officer denies 'horrific murder'
A 20-year-old man has appeared in court and denied the "horrific murder" of PC Andrew Harper in Berkshire.
Northamptonshire Police to arm every officer with a Taser after 'sickening' attacks
Northamptonshire Police will arm every frontline officer with a Taser in response to a "sickening trend" of attacks on staff.
Jihadi Jack: 'Free me so I can fight against Islamic radicalisation'
The Briton who ran away to join Islamic State as a teenager has told Sky News he wants to be released from jail to join the fight against Islamist radicalisation.
Epstein questions await Prince Andrew at home as he holidays with Sarah Ferguson in Spain
While the unanswered questions keep coming about Prince Andrew's relationship with Jeffrey Epstein, the Duke of York has been taking time out among Europe's moneyed elite with his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson in Sotogrande.
Site for Beckham's Miami stadium is 'toxic', report finds
The site earmarked for David Beckham's Major League Soccer stadium in Florida is more toxic than anticipated, according to a study.
Duke and Duchess of Sussex: Pink joins celebrities defending royal couple
US pop star Pink has defended the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, saying Meghan is a victim of "the most public form of bullying I have seen in a while".
National Grid blames lightning strike as it faces Ofgem power cut investigation
National Grid is facing an investigation by Ofgem over a major power cut earlier this month - as it blamed a lightning strike for the outage.