England's poorest schools hit by decade of Tory cuts to education, IFS finds

Colleges and sixth forms faced the toughest cuts, even with the extra money from Rishi Sunak's Spending review
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Rio Ferdinand fires warning to Manchester United over Tariq Lamptey transfer
Ralf Rangnick is reportedly keen on a move.
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Eric Trump pleaded Fifth Amendment 500 times : Four allegations from the Letitia James case
New York’s attorney general said her office had uncovered ‘significant evidence’ of fraud
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Archaeology breakthrough as ancient Japanese tomb mystery unveiled in satellite images
RESEARCHERS were left stunned by satellite images revealing the secrets behind ancient Japanese tombs that could never be seen properly until now.
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Alec Baldwin is sued for defamation by sisters of Marine killed during withdrawal from Afghanistan
The McCollumn sisters and Jiennah Crayton are seeking $25million in damages for defamation, invasion of privacy, negligence and intentional infliction of emotional distress.
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WH Smith hit by shareholder rebellion over bonus
Investors refuse to back £550,000 bonus to Carl Cowling as retailer benefits from pandemic reliefWH Smith has been hit by a massive shareholder rebellion, with more than half its investors failing to back payment of a £550,000 bonus to the retailer’s chief executive after it benefited from tens of millions of pounds in pandemic relief.In the group’s second bloody nose from investors in two years, just over 53% registered their dissent on the remuneration report including those voting against and those withholding their votes. Just over 45% of votes cast were against the retailer’s plans at the annual shareholder meeting on Wednesday. Continue reading...
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Woman, 35, jailed after sexually exploiting and grooming 'vulnerable' boy, 15
Carole Taylor, 35, who sexually assaulted the 15-year-old boy in Eastbourne, East Sussex, was found guilty of two counts of sexual activity with a child, one count of meeting a child following sexual grooming and one count of sexual communication with a child
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Women are warning others to avoid serial dater dubbed ‘West Elm Caleb’
‘I live in London, but I am heavily invested and appreciate the warning,’ one woman says of TikTok videos
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Blackpool player Beryly ‘Bez’ Lubala denies raping teenager
The footballer is on trial for allegedly attacking a woman in 2019.
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Gigi and Bella Hadid's aunt dead after heart attack as dad Mohamed pays tribute
Gigi and Bella Hadid's dad Mohamed Hadid announced the news on Instagram as he paid a touching tribute to his sister
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Layla Somani hits headlines again as she forgives Boris Johnson's alleged Partygate infractions
Five-year-old Layla Somani, from Leicester, revealed she still likes Mr Johnson and believes the Prime Minister will cling onto his position because of the success of Britain's vaccine rollout.
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Brentford vs Manchester United LIVE: Premier League team news, line-ups and more tonight
Follow all the action from the Brentford Community Stadium as the Red Devils look to head back into the top six
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Matt Hancock: the MP who can’t even take a swim without getting into trouble
The politician has been reprimanded – this time by the Serpentine swimming club for taking an illicit dip in the London pondName: Matt Hancock.Age: 43. Continue reading...
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Review: Mellencamp album reflects on life and wasted time
Rocker John Mellencamp's latest studio album, “Strictly a One-Eyed Jack," reflects on the past, the future and in many cases regret
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Djokovic has 80% stake in biotech firm developing Covid drug
QuantBioRes is working on a treatment not a vaccine, but CEO says that tennis star is ‘not anti-vax’Tennis star Novak Djokovic is the controlling shareholder in a Danish biotech firm aiming to develop a treatment for Covid-19 that doesn’t involve vaccination, it has emerged.The world No 1, who was deported from Australia earlier this week after the government canceled his visa in a dispute over a medical exemption relating to his unvaccinated status, bought an 80% stake in QuantBioRes in 2020. Continue reading...
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IT worker filmed 'violent, drunken' assault as he punched and kicked unconscious student
Joshua McLaughlan claimed a 'red mist' had descended before his brutal attack
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Northumbria Water firm is fined £240,000 after raw sewage leaked into a fresh water stream 
Northumbrian Water Ltd was sentenced after previously pleading guilty to two offences of polluting Coundon Burn in Bishop Auckland, County Durham, on March 13 and 14, 2017.
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Tory motion on exams fails
The motion was tabled by MSP Meghan Gallacher.
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Moment dad is gunned down in broad daylight as little girls play in princess dresses - a suspect is still on the run
The NCA have named Callum Halpin - wanted in connection with the murder of a drug dealer - as one of the UK's most wanted criminals.
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Two arrested and 10 cars seized in crackdown on vehicles causing 'harm and misery' on the roads
"I hope this sends a strong message to anyone thinking of breaking the law on our roads"
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Liam Gallagher teases ‘big announcement’ on Twitter ahead of massive Knebworth gigs
"Big announcement tmoz and I mean BIG bigger than my nose"
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'I love you more than anyone else in the world' - young boy's touching letter shows the 'power of fostering'
The heartfelt message, thanking the couple for looking after him, was tweeted by Rochdale council to draw attention to the happiness fostering can bring.
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Tens of thousands could die if Russia goes to war with Ukraine, minister warns
Former Army officer James Heappey said tens of thousands of people could die if Russia launches an attack on Ukraine. He added Moscow would be 'extraordinarily stupid' to go to war with its neighbour
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Prince William remains silent when asked if he supports uncle Prince Andrew
Prince William was asked by a reporter if he supported Prince Andrew today - but despite leaning in to closer hear the question, he then walked past without commenting
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This is how much sleep kids should be getting at every age from newborns to teenagers
Find out how much your child should be sleeping with this simple guide
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Horrifying clip captures huge boom caused by Tonga volcano eruption triggering tsunami
The underwater volcano erupted on January 15 near the island of Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha'apai leaving three people dead, including British woman Angela Glover
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Drug dealer caught following police chase had been on the run for THREE years
Rizwan Hussain, 25, told police he had been "living rough" since being convicted in 2018, a court heard
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Koala trapped in Aldi car park takes trip in shopping trolley
The animal was falling on her face in undignified fashion before her relaxed ride to freedom.
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Plans to tackle NHS waiting lists in Wales ‘will be delayed until spring’
Eluned Morgan MS said it could be months before elective surgeries began again because of the ongoing pandemic.
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Plans to tackle NHS waiting lists in Wales ‘will be delayed until spring’
Eluned Morgan MS said it could be months before elective surgeries began again because of the ongoing pandemic.
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Outrage after WWE wrestler given same name as Nazi figure
Revelation came after star announced: ‘Winner of this match is Gunther’
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Neville Southall: Everton have been buying Fiat Pandas instead of Rolls-Royces
Club great Southall has attacked the policy which he believes has primarily brought in sub-standard players.
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Jorge Mendes still 'upset' with transfer deal that took Ruben Dias to Manchester City
Ruben Dias made a big money move from Benfica to Man City in the summer of 2020 and has become a key figure but agent Jorge Mendes has issues with the transfer deal
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Bridgerton season 2: Netflix drops first images from new series
Pictures offer glimpse at Jonathan Bailey, Nicola Coughlan, Luke Newton and many more
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Boy, 14, rushed to hospital with serious head injuries after Canada Water assault
A boy, 14, has suffered serious head injuries after being assaulted outside Canada Water Tube station.
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Labour civil war as 'sphinx-like' Rayner clashes with Starmer over Wakeford defection
ANGELA RAYNER appeared "sphinx-like" next to Sir Keir Starmer at today's PMQs as the pair appeared to share contrasting views to Christian Wakeford defecting to the party, a body language expert has claimed.
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"He’s trying to dodge behind the red rose. It's a real mess": Voters in Prestwich divided over defecting MP Wakeford
Mr Wakeford crossed the floor today
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Now they thank us! EU gloats Brexit 'turns out to be advantage'
A GERMAN publication has thanked Britain after it claimed Brexit "turns out to be our advantage".
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Kitten found as stowaway in rubbish truck gets new home after makeover
A kitten called Scruffy was covered in grime when it was handed in at an animal shelter. After being given a good clean, the cat looks unrecognisable and has found a new family
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Anorexic told weight 'not low enough' for help despite struggling to walk or talk
Alice Sotero, 27, from Rumney, Cardiff, was eating so little she often couldn't walk or talk and found professionals lacking experience leading to "some hurtful and unhelpful comments"
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Prior infection, vaccines provide best protection from COVID
A new study that compares coronavirus protection from prior infection and vaccination concludes getting the shots is still the safest way to prevent COVID-19
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Egypt v Sudan: Africa Cup of Nations – live!
All the latest from the Group D decider in YaoundéThe Fiver: Comoros and an Afcon upset for the agesAny thoughts? Email Paul or tweet @Paul_Doyle Ghana are gone and Algeria are teetering: will Africa’s most decorated country be the next to fall in this tournament of the underdog? Egypt won the first of their seven continental titles in the very first edition of this tournament in Sudan in 1957, when they ousted the hosts in the semi-final. Today Sudan have a chance to send the Pharaohs packing, which would make them heroes at home (and probably in Liverpool too). Egypt only need a draw to reach the last 16, whereas Sudan cannot advance without a win. And they haven’t won in 12 matches, a run that includes a 5-0 defeat in last month’s Arab Cup by none other than Egypt. So Mohamed Salah and Co shouldn’t be too nervous about the challenge ahead. Continue reading...
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Laura Ingraham accused of clapping ‘vindictively’ over vaccinated military chief’s Covid diagnosis
‘You can clap because he didn’t die, not because he got the virus,’ says The View host Joy Behar
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UK judge rules age assessment of asylum seekers was unlawful
Two asylum seekers wrongly assessed as adults by Home Office social workers have won a victory in the high courtTwo asylum seekers who arrived in the UK as children but were wrongly assessed as adults by Home Office social workers have won a victory in the high court after it ruled that the way they were treated was unlawful.In his ruling on Wednesday, Mr Justice Henshaw found that the Home Office policy of conducting age assessments soon after arrival in the UK was unlawful, the decision to detain young people for them was unlawful, and the lack of an appropriate adult present for the assessments was also unlawful. Continue reading...
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Starbucks ends its vaccine mandate for employees in wake of Supreme Court ruling
‘We respect the court’s ruling and will comply,’ says Starbucks CEO John Culver
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Man, 23, and woman, 19, killed in horror smash on country lane
A young man and woman have been declared dead after a horror smash on a narrow country lane- on the outskirts of Luton.
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The Red Wall Tories behind 'pork pie plot' to oust Boris Johnson from Downing Street
Angry 2019 MPs have been heaping pressure on the Prime Minister as speculation mounts over his future
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Biden names big Democratic donor Jane Hartley to serve as ambassador to London 
President Joe Biden announced he was nominating prominent Democratic fundraiser Jane Hartley to serve as ambassador to the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland
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‘People like me are still dying every day’ Vulnerable react to end of self isolation rules
'It is daunting to think that every time you go to the shops, the doctors or the dentist, you could be sat next to someone who is Covid positive.'
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