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A court rules that refusing to rent to a person because they are on housing benefit is unlawful.
The Duchess of Cambridge helps the BBC launch its new Tiny Happy People initiative to help under-fives.
Foreign students had been told they were at risk if their classes moved online during the pandemic.
GCSE and A-level students in England could get poor grades due to bias from teachers, say MPs
But universities reject that tests on online learning in China are accepting "censorship".
Education secretary scraps England's 50% university target and pledges new technical system.
Kasmira Kincaid, 25, overcame a "chaotic" home life to graduate from Corpus Christi College.
Heads in England call for reduced courses or open-book exams for next year's GCSEs and A-levels.
After 137 students in Seattle test positive, what problems does coronavirus pose to "Greek life"?
Some parents have been reduced to tears over the strain of home-schooling, say campaigners.