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GCSE Pass Rate Falls For Second Year Running
The overall GCSE pass rate has fallen for the second year running amid concerns changes to the exam system would hit results.
Women Voters Key To Scotland Campaign Success
With the Better Together campaign still enjoying a lead in the Scottish referendum campaign, renewed attention is being paid by their Yes opponents to women voters.
Dog Walker Dies After Row: Man Arrested
A man has been arrested on suspicion of killing a dog walker who suffered a serious head injury during a dispute over their pets
Roy 'Chubby' Brown Fined For Reading At Wheel
Comedian Roy "Chubby" Brown has been fined for reading a newspaper while driving.
James Foley's 'British' Killer: What We Know
As intelligence officials scramble to identify the black-clad killer of James Foley, few details have emerged.
Malky Mackay Investigated Over 'Offensive' Texts
The Football Association has confirmed it is investigating allegations of misconduct against former Cardiff manager Malky Mackay.
The Breakdown Of Trust Over Cardiff City
When Vincent Tan told Malky Mackay to resign or be sacked as Cardiff City manager the verdict from the court of public opinion was clear - from the terraces of rival clubs, the media, and voices as august as Lord Kinnock, there was support for the Scot.
MH17 Victim Liam Sweeney's Funeral Held
Grief-stricken relatives have said farewell at the funeral for the first of 10 Britons killed onboard the Malaysian Airlines flight MH17.
House Building 'Back To Pre-Recession Levels'
House building has returned to pre-crash levels, according to the Government.
Straw Joins Commons Backlash Against Bercow
Jack Straw has become the latest senior MP to support a Commons backlash against a "a politically correct stunt" by John Bercow.