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Schools that teach vulnerable and disadvantaged pupils say they are being forced to cut services and make teachers redundant because of a severe drop in funding during the pandemic.
Anti-vaccination books are being sold on Amazon and the websites of Waterstones and Foyles - amid calls for warnings on items to combat the spread of misinformation.
A fugitive armed robber has landed himself back in prison after coming out of hiding to buy the new Call Of Duty game.
With Harry and Meghan dominating headlines in the run-up to their much-anticipated, tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey, it seems the world is waiting to hear the revelations about the Royal Family expected to be revealed when the programme airs.
The Royal Family has been accused of having "double standards" over its investigation into bullying claims against the Duchess of Sussex.
Boohoo is facing renewed pressure from MPs on workers' rights - days after Sky News revealed the online fashion retailer was facing the possibility of a US import ban over the issue.
Sir Keir Starmer has criticised the government over its plans to give NHS staff a 1% pay rise, which have already been branded "dangerously out of touch".
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced several measures to support people affected by COVID-19 lockdowns.
A Thai navy sailor braved choppy seas to rescue four cats abandoned on a sinking ship on fire in the Andaman Sea.
Cyprus will let British tourists who have had both COVID vaccination doses into the country without restrictions from 1 May.
French residents who travel to Germany daily for work have reacted angrily after being told they must now get COVID tests every two days in order to cross the border.
German health officials have U-turned on the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine and recommended it for use on over-65s.
Thousands of New Zealanders have been told they can return to their homes after a powerful earthquake prompted tsunami warnings.
AstraZeneca's jab has had a bumpy rollout in the EU - but how did it play out?
Australia has hit back at the EU's move to block a shipment of the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine - suggesting the bloc was trying to "tear up the rule book".
An explosion outside a coronavirus testing centre close to the Dutch capital of Amsterdam appears to have been intentional, police have said.