April 14, 2021

UK News

The education secretary has warned that parents who do not send their children to school risk putting a "huge dent in their future life chances".

Donald Trump has visited a city badly hit by Hurricane Laura, surveying widespread damage and receiving briefings on relief efforts.

Police have arrested a 13th suspect over the disappearance of three young brothers kidnapped by their father from a foster home in south London.

A series of gruesome horse and pony killings in France have left police baffled and the equine community gripped by fear.

Universities could become the "care homes of the second wave of COVID-19", a higher education union has warned.

Young people have been urged not to attend illegal raves as one of London's most senior police officials warned that new laws clamping down on them are unenforceable.

Teachers don't tend to advise last-minute cramming ahead of big tests.

Teachers don't tend to advise last-minute cramming ahead of big tests.

A black man shot seven times in the back by US police had a knife and fought with officers beforehand, putting one in a headlock and shrugging off two Taser attempts, it is claimed.

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