Teenager who went viral after arguing with his teacher that there are only two genders barred from returning to the school to finish his education
A teenager who went viral after arguing with his teacher that there are only two genders will not be allowed to return to the school where he filmed the confrontation
BBC TV licence sales down for first time in a decade as Beeb battered by Netflix and Amazon
Less than 26 million licences were purchased in 2018-19, down 37,000 on the previous year despite a growth in the population - costing the Beeb around £6 million
Journalism Job Cuts Haven't Been This Bad Since the Recession
Reporters become bartenders and baristas while looking for work
Black paratroopers suing Army claim soldiers put up Nazi flags and pictures of Hitler in their barracks
Lance Corporal Nkululeko Zulu and Private Hani Gue, both of the 3rd Battalion, the Parachute Regiment (3 Para), told an employment tribunal on Tuesday how they were subjected to racial slurs like "black c–t" and "n—–"
Colchester barracks: Paratrooper called Mandela 'terrorist'
A former paratrooper was racially abused in the Army and heard a soldier call Nelson Mandela a terrorist, an employment tribunal has been told
Afghan asylum seeker ‘stabbed random shoppers after asking if they were English’
AN Afghan asylum seeker who attacked random members of the public with a knife was “fuelled” by a desire to kill English people, a court heard
Thousands of users suffer outages on Facebook, Whatsapp, Instagram
Facebook Inc. said on Wednesday it is working to resolve issues faced by some users while sending media files on its social media platforms including WhatsApp and Instagram
Iran To Sentence "Several US spies (Nick Lowles, Hope not Hate, Gerry Gable, Searchlight Magazine)" To Death
The suspects are accused of spying in military and nuclear bodies
Scientists eliminate HIV in entire genome of mice for the first time
The feat by US scientists, revealed today, suggests this two-pronged technique could be the basis for the first universal cure in humans, with human clinical trials slated to start next summer
Marketing firm boss fed up with 'snowflake' workers makes brutally honest job ad saying phone addicts, 'mickey takers' and those who pull sickies with a hangover need not apply
A brazen marketing firm boss has said he is fed up with 'snowflake' workers who are obsessed with their phones
Number of kidnapped children in Britain reaches record high ahead of Madeleine McCann 10th anniversary
Two thirds of all missing people cases now involve under 18s
Student tears into Cambridge University and accuses it of 'structural racism' after quitting her PhD because she doesn't want to 'benefit from white privilege'
Indiana Seresin said she did not want to ‘legitimise’ an institution that had ‘disproportionate whiteness’ by giving it her ‘time, effort and skills’
Migration and empire 'should be taught in English schools'
Race equality thinktank calls for lessons to be made compulsory in secondary schools