Australian police rushed to a New South Wales home after neighbours reported a series of female screams from a nearby house. Once officers reached the property, around 2am, they heard a male voice shouting “I’m going to kill you! Die! Die!”Worried about a potential domestic violence incident, police on the scene were surprised to find […]
A new wave of harsh cuts to HE institutions’ funding has left academics in financial uncertainty and fear. Many are struggling to pay for their homes and even food
Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale has challenged the SNP leader over growing student debt in Scotland, which currently stands at £2.7 billion
Students are being denied a visa to enter the UK based on the level of immigration offences in their country, with Nigeria, Pakistan and India most likely to receive rejections
A new report shows that households in Manchester have some of the highest rates of ‘joblessness’ anywhere in the country
There is no damage to school grades because of increasing numbers of migrants, according to research by the OECD economic think tank
The Conservatives green paper, Fulfilling our Potential: Teaching Excellence, Social Mobility and Student Choice, has been accused of “holding our young people and our country back” by Lucy Powell MP.
A new report by the Institute of Physics suggests schools should do more to tackle ‘sexist banter’ that can discourage girls from pursuing careers in science