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Too many nurseries are failing to ensure children are ready to learn when they get to primary school, Ofsted's chief inspector has said.
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Public Health Minister Jane Ellison pushes ahead with plans to ban branding on cigarette packs in England.
QPR midfielder Joey Barton says Manchester United's Wayne Rooney has failed to fulfil his potential to be a "world-class" player.
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Publicist Max Clifford is "very kind, very caring", a former employee who had an affair with him tells Southwark Crown Court.
While Apple, Facebook and Google are praised for using green energy, Amazon still has a long way to go according to Greenpeace.
The Chancellor George Osborne has been defending his budget at the Treasury Select Committee, saying the government are concerned about household debt.
Holders Australia reach their third successive Women's World Twenty20 final with an eight-run victory over West Indies.
The Commons Committee on Standards orders Culture Secretary Maria Miller to repay £5,800 expenses and apologise to MPs.
Chris Mason reports on how the press viewed the BBC Clegg-Farage EU debate
Ofsted's chief inspector warns that too many nurseries in England are failing to ensure that children are ready to learn when they reach school.