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Ministers are no longer considering making two doses mandatory for students in England, the BBC learns.
World leaders pledge to get more children into school in the world's poorest countries.
Sharp-elbowed parents have chased better grades in this year's replacement exams, a study says.
There will be "advance warning" if vaccines become compulsory for halls, the foreign secretary says.
The grime musician is helping finance a further 30 students at the world-renowned university.
The government is urged to rethink its plans to introduce new technical qualifications in England.
They say the government must "get a grip" on the number of children taught at home in England.
A new National Adoption Strategy aims to enhance support to families and end a postcode lottery.
A study in 200 English secondary schools and colleges found very few infections in close contacts of cases.
English language schools warn they are on the "brink of collapse" after two summers without students.