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Troubled US teens left traumatised by tough love camps
By Kelly-Leigh Cooper
Paris Hilton is among thousands who allege abuse at programmes aimed at reforming US teenagers.
'Have I been selfish?': Older parenting
As Janet Jackson announces she is pregnant at 50, we asked older parents and children of older parents to share their stories.
Does Colston's School need renaming, survey asks
The Bristol public school was set up in 1710 by Edward Colston whose statue was torn down last year.
School criticised for 'sexist' bra and skirt advice
The school says there can be no excuse for harassment, but that it could have made this clearer.
10:09 17 Jun
Inbetweeners joke teacher was naive, panel rules
A newly qualified teacher who exchanged hundreds of emails with a pupil is cleared of misconduct.
8:26 17 Jun
Future of libraries 'in hands of next government'
A report on the future service provision will be put out for consultation, the chief minister says.
7:49 17 Jun
Campaign for two meat-free days in primary schools
Catherine Cannon said primary school lunches in Somerset are "biased towards meat".
7:31 17 Jun
Poorer pupils miss out in funds change, say unions
Schools say funding is not keeping up with the number of families falling into financial difficulty.
7:20 17 Jun
University outbreaks ‘accident waiting to happen’
By Chris Clements
A BBC investigation finds universities did not reduce capacity in halls and changed guidance on remote working.
7:20 17 Jun
Bishop calls for Christmas Day 'truce'
The Bishop of Paisley wants a 24-hour "circuit breaker" put in place, comparing it to the World War One ceasefire.
7:20 17 Jun
The mum who made a porn film
Sarah Sadler was fed up with the way sex was portrayed in porn films - so decided to make her own.
7:19 17 Jun
Plans are unveiled to build 3,000 homes in Derry
By John Campbell
BBC News NI Economics & Business Editor
A 250-acre site on the Buncrana Road would be developed in a £450m investment.
7:18 17 Jun
Woman, 22, urges young people to be cancer aware
Kathryn Rodwell put off seeing her doctors for months before being diagnosed at the age of 20.
7:17 17 Jun
Call for a shorter working week in Wales
By Cemlyn Davies
BBC Wales political correspondent
A policy influencer says the next Welsh Government should also pilot a universal basic income.
7:16 17 Jun
2021 exam students facing 'difficult situation'
By Bethan Lewis
BBC Wales education and family correspondent
"Disruption" to education is considered ahead of decisions about next summer's exams, watchdog says.
7:15 17 Jun
'Porn warped my expectations of how sex should be'
By Max Evans
Calls are made for the dangers of porn to be included in the new Welsh school curriculum.
7:15 17 Jun
Scotland will 'do everything' to keep schools open
Scotland's first minister says she will look to keep schools open even if new restrictions are imposed.
5:12 17 Jun
Care services 'investigating too many families'
By Alison Holt
Social Affairs Correspondent, BBC News
Child protection services in England are not providing enough early support, a report says.
4:33 17 Jun
QC appointed to lead teacher abuse case inquiry
Andrew Webster will examine how Scottish Borders Council responded to concerns about Linda McCall.
22:31 16 Jun
'These are universal stories, not just black ones'
A writer and a former top police officer share the stories that inspired TV show Small Axe.
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