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Cambridge University moves all lectures online for next academic year

The University of Cambridge has announced that all “face-to-face lectures” will be moved online during the next academic year. It becomes the first university to...

John Cleese to release book about creativity

John Cleese is set to release a book which offers tips on how to be creative. The comedian and writer draws on experiences from his...

Obama criticises US virus response in online graduation speech

Former president Barack Obama has criticised some officials overseeing the coronavirus response, telling college graduates that the pandemic shows many “aren’t even pretending to...

All French schools and universities to shut due to coronavirus

French President Emmanuel Macron has said that all of the country’s schools, kindergartens and universities will be closed until further notice from Monday in...

Tearful Angela Eagle challenges LGBT equality teaching protesters

Angela Eagle appeared close to tears as she challenged those protesting against LGBT equality teaching, insisting: “We aren’t going to get back in the...

LGBT lessons row primary school to close early over safety fears

A UK primary school at the centre of parent protests against LGBT teaching is to close early on Friday over safety fears, ahead of...

Protests against primary school’s LGBT lessons to continue

Protesters demonstrating against the teaching of LGBT equality lessons at a primary school have vowed to continue action despite calls for a halt from...

UK Student with six 100% maths exam scores is rejected from Oxford

A student who scored 100% in each of her six mathematics exams will study in her home city - after being turned down by...

Barack Obama urges American parents to educate children on gun danger

American President Barack Obama has asked American parents to speak to their children about the dangers of guns. The U.S president made the comments in...

Teachers at 87 schools call in sick after Detroit district admits it can’t pay them after June

Most of Detroit's public schools are closed for the day after the teaching union urged members to call in sick following a weekend announcement...

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Coronavirus wrap: Matchday protocols emerge while Djokovic casts US Open doubts

More details have emerged of matchday protocols ahead of a proposed Premier League return, but world number one Novak Djokovic has cast further doubt...

Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris finds the positives in football’s shutdown

Tottenham captain Hugo Lloris says his unusual season, where he has had to endure two lay-offs, has helped him regenerate. The 33-year-old goalkeeper had just...

FIFA president keen to impose stricter financial regulations

FIFA president Gianni Infantino has called for the prospect of salary and transfer fee caps to be discussed at all levels of the game. The...

Eamonn Holmes responds to criticism over Celebrity Gogglebox appearance

Eamonn Holmes has responded to criticism over his appearance on Celebrity Gogglebox. The This Morning presenter, 60, appeared on the popular show alongside wife Ruth...

Stadiums to be divided into red, amber and green zones for Premier League return

Premier League stadiums will be divided into three zones when the season restarts as clubs work towards agreeing matchday protocols. The 2019-20 campaign will resume...
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