Boys overtake girls in top A-level grades - but university entries are down, with many places available.
Tim Cook slams the President's response to Charlottesville as Apple plans human rights donations.
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The 20-year-old Nobel Peace Prize winner will study philosophy, politics and economics.
Port Isaac's Restaurant Nathan Outlaw has pushed the previous winner off the top after five years.
Europe captain Annika Sorenstam admits her team will be employing "plan B" as they seek to regain the Solheim Cup from the United States in Iowa this week. The visitors were already underdogs for the match at Des Moines Golf and Country…
The usually low-profile chief White House strategist turns on a movement he is seen as cultivating.
Your morning briefing for 17 August 2017.
Mr Trump's comments about violence in Charlottesville had sparked a series of resignations.
Paramount Pictures confirms that actor Tom Cruise broke his ankle during filming of a stunt.
Everton complete the club-record signing of midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson from Swansea City for a fee believed to be about £45m.
Manchester City have had an £18m bid for Northern Ireland defender Jonny Evans rejected by Premier League rivals West Brom.
Sarah Champion quits Labour's front bench over an article on grooming, apologising for her choice of words.
The former presidents urge the US to "reject racial bigotry, anti-Semitism and hatred in all forms".
Silent Witness actress Liz Carr says she escaped the scissor attack "relatively unscathed".
The BBC accuses Channel 4 of a "cynical" move by going head-to-head with its new cooking show.
The brother of the alleged captor of the British model is arrested in the West Midlands.
What happens when people find themselves stranded without money or the help of a kind stranger?
The government does not envisage border posts or CCTV cameras along the 300-mile Irish land frontier.
Chris Parker, 33, denied stealing a bank card and mobile phone when he appeared in court.
UK prime minister says there is no "equivalence" between "fascist" protesters and their opponents.
His latest comments draw widespread condemnation from across the political spectrum.
Spectators gathered on the shoreline to watch the ship's arrival in Portsmouth Harbour.
A further 49 are injured when the tree falls at a religious festival on the Portuguese island.
The EU says it is too soon to discuss trade and customs with other Brexit issues yet to be settled.
Kim Jong-un reviews plans for firing at Guam, but opts to watch the US before acting, state media say.
There are fears for many who were asleep when mudslides and flooding hit near Freetown.
The US president speaks out against far-right groups after the killing of a protester in Virginia.
Moon Jae-in tells the top US general there cannot be conflict, amid nuclear tension with the North.
It is the second time in five years De Vere House in Lavenham has been put on the market.
There have been more than 25,000 goals in the Premier League - and Dennis Bergkamp's for Arsenal at Newcastle in 2002 has been voted the best.
The president was criticised for not saying enough to condemn the far-right violence in Charlottesville.
Clarks has been accused of "everyday sexism" for calling a girls' school shoe the "Dolly Babe".
Police hunting for a missing reporter last seen on board a submarine think it was deliberately sunk.
He condemned violence by "many sides" in Virginia but did not explicitly attack the far-right.
One person dies when a car rams a crowd of people opposing a far-right march in Virginia.
The man departed with journalist Kim Wall on his submarine before it sank, but she remains missing.
Eric Bellquist, 41, is facing no further action after being arrested on Thursday.
China wants the US and North Korea to show restraint as a war of words escalates.