Funding has been announced to help councils find alternative polling station venues for the December elections to avoid schools having to cancel their Christmas events.
The proportion of young adults going to university has risen above 50% for the first time.
Universities have been warned they must “up their game” and help disadvantaged students as new data reveals the wide gulf in pupils’ chances studying for a degree.
Former prime minister David Cameron has said the regret he feels over the decision to hold a referendum on the UK leaving the EU still haunts him.
Former prime minister David Cameron rang European leaders and then US president Barack Obama to apologise for his ultimately failed strategy to keep Britain in the European Union.
Universities must stop making unconditional offers to students with strings attached, the Education Secretary has said.
Every single school will get support on teaching relationships education as pupils prepare to return to classrooms for the new term, the Education Secretary has said.
Artists and politicians have backed calls for the Government to reverse the drop in students taking “vital” creative subjects at school.
Gavin Williamson has been sacked as defence secretary after he was accused of leaking top-secret Government discussions on Huawei’s role in helping build Britain’s 5G network.
The Defence Secretary has said he has “very deep concerns” about Chinese technology firm Huawei being involved in upgrading the UK’s mobile network.
Richard Madeley has defended his decision to cut off Gavin Williamson part-way through a live interview, saying it was “probably the most popular thing I have ever done on television”.
An angry Richard Madeley terminated a live TV interview with Gavin Williamson after the Defence Secretary dodged his question four times.