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England rugby star Cipriani admits assaulting female police officer in Jersey bar
England rugby star Danny Cipriani has been fined after pleading guilty to charges of assault in a bar on Jersey.
A-level pass rate falls to its lowest level in eight years
The A-level pass rate has dropped to its lowest level since 2010, with boys leading girls in the top grades for the second year running.
Ben Stokes case: Co-defendant Ryan Hale says he was a victim of unlawful assault
One of two men who was hit by England cricketer Ben Stokes says he should have been treated as a victim of unlawful assault.
Stormzy launches Cambridge scholarship for black students
Stormzy is offering to help black Cambridge University students pay their tuition fees by launching a new scholarship.
Fewer youngsters believe university is important to succeeding in life
The number of youngsters who think it is worth going to university has fallen significantly over the last five years, according to a new poll.
Windows smashed as mosques in Birmingham attacked with ball bearings
Armed police were deployed after ball bearings were fired at two mosques in Birmingham from what is thought to be a heavy duty catapult.
Stoke City and Burnley chairmen back second referendum to avoid 'botched' Brexit
Two football club chairmen in Brexit-supporting areas have warned the sport could suffer because of Britain's decision to leave the EU.
Man jailed for making 'ridiculous' bomb hoax call to catch Gatwick flight
A man who was running late for his flight at Gatwick and made a hoax bomb call in an attempt to delay it has been jailed.
Organ donor opt-out system 'unlikely' to increase donations
The new opt-out organ donation system is "unlikely" to increase the number of donations, according to researchers.
World Cup and heatwave boost retail sales
Retail sales grew more rapidly than expected in July, thanks to the record hot summer and the World Cup.