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After six weeks in hospital, recalling every Covid-19 memory has helped one patient.
Schools in disadvantaged areas could be "badly placed" for funding, says Institute for Fiscal Studies.
Alan Fitchett's family call for a public inquiry into the handling of the pandemic.
The National Cyber Security Centre warns that universities face a rising wave of cyber-attacks.
One of Wales' biggest schools sends home most of its sixth form.
The eight staff were "ill advised" to attend a party for a former colleague, the head told parents.
Education secretary tells MPs replacement grades was right idea, but system had too many errors.
Facing "unsustainable" absences, teachers say the government has not kept its promises on testing.
The financial sustainability of England's FE sector faces "significant challenges", audit office says.
St Catharine's College housed 23 women and children after students were sent home amid the pandemic.