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Up to 7,700 'lost pupils' did not take GCSEs, report finds

Thousands of young people are disappearing from the education system before they sit their GCSEs, a new report has found.

TSB meltdown: IT testing 'inadequate', IBM report finds

TSB's response to the failure of its notorious IT migration faced initial criticism from the team of specialists it called in to help, it has been revealed.

Heatwave on way - with temperatures to hit 30C

The UK is set to enjoy a mini heatwave next week, with temperatures predicted to reach up to 30C.

Bank of England votes 6-3 to hold interest rates at 0.5%

The Bank of England has kept interest rates on hold but pressure for an increase has grown on the monetary policy committee (MPC).

Minister Greg Hands resigns from government to vote against Heathrow expansion

Minister Greg Hands resigns from government to vote against Heathrow expansion

International trade minister Greg Hands has announced his resignation over his opposition to a third runway at Heathrow.

Love Island star Sophie Gradon dead at 32

Love Island star Sophie Gradon dead at 32

Love Island star Sophie Gradon has died at the age of 32.

House of Commons spends £2.4m on gagging orders with former staff

House of Commons spends £2.4m on gagging orders with former staff

The House of Commons has spent more than £2.4m on gagging orders with employees over the last five years, it has been revealed.

'Plenty of work to do' as Dixons Carphone profits fall 28%

'Plenty of work to do' as Dixons Carphone profits fall 28%

Dixons Carphone has reported a 28% fall in annual profits, with its new chief executive admitting "we have plenty of work to do" as the firm battles back from a damaging hack on customer bank details.

Banned BHS auditor 'spent two hours signing off retailer's accounts'

Banned BHS auditor 'spent two hours signing off retailer's accounts'

The senior auditor who signed off BHS's accounts days before its sale by Sir Philip Green backdated his audit opinion and spent just two hours working on the file, according to an explosive memo from his former employer.

Drink-drugs clampdown to stop rising violence at Ascot

Drink-drugs clampdown to stop rising violence at Ascot

Racegoers at Royal Ascot are facing greater security checks in a bid to crack down on anti-social behaviour, following a number of high profile brawls at racecourses up and down the country.

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Love Island star Sophie Gradon dead at 32

Love Island star Sophie Gradon dead at 32

Love Island star Sophie Gradon has died at the age of 32.

Five injured after battery explodes at Tube station in north London

Five injured after battery explodes at Tube station in north London

At least five people have been wounded after an explosion at a Tube station in north London.

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