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The school's assistant principal says she was "an idiot" for not spotting the spelling mistake.
Ministers gave the prisons an extra £10m to spend on security measures to cut assaults and drug taking.
Paul Bussetti denies a charge of sending "grossly offensive" material of the burning effigy.
Mary Cavner says she will never speak about the Magdalene Laundries again after receiving compensation.
Neighbours of a man subjected to homophobic abuse in the street rally to show their solidarity.
The boy was pronounced dead after being taken to hospital from the home in Acocks Green, Birmingham.
England's Stuart Broad has Australia's Usman Khawaja caught behind on review to leave the tourists 25-2 on day one of the third Ashes Test at Headingley.
The birds, with a wingspan of up to 2.5m, have not been recorded in England since 1780.
Celebrity Big Brother contestant Lewis Bloor is accused of marketing coloured diamonds to investors.
George Ford and Owen Farrell will start together for the first time in over a year when they line up for England against Ireland on Saturday.
Former Ghana, Nottingham Forest and Bristol Rovers striker Junior Agogo dies at the age of 40.
Catherine Sezen, of the Association of Colleges, and Samrita Hayer, of the National Careers Service, offer advice.
The UK has no system to work out who is legally in the country after a no-deal Brexit, experts say.
A Pakistani court rejects their bid to free the accused killers of social media star Qandeel Baloch.
The spike in cervical screenings after Jade Goody's diagnosis was "short-lived", a charity says.
Ricardo Salles is booed after figures suggest a record number of fires are burning in Brazil.
England's Jofra Archer removes Australia's Marcus Harris for eight, in just the fourth over, as the hosts get an early breakthrough on day one of the third Ashes Test at Headingley.
Apple advises owners of its new credit card to keep it away from leather and denim.
Amari Smith used a "hunting-style knife" to kill a boy in Northampton.
Two million older people are risking side-effects from taking multiple medications, a charity warns.