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  • Nicky Morgan: schools budget will be protected after election

    1 February 2015, 5:53 am

    Funding for five to 16-year-olds secured as Government sets out plans to raise standards
  • Spend billions insulating homes to save lives, politicians told

    1 February 2015, 5:15 am

    Business, charity and union leaders call on parties to pledge taxpayer cash to insulate homes to prevent winter deaths
  • Pension errors: the scandal widens

    1 February 2015, 4:39 am

    More insurers have admitted to basic errors that have left pensioners out of pocket, the Telegraph can disclose
  • Kim Sears wears 'explicit content' T-shirt in Murray v Djokovic final

    1 February 2015, 4:38 am

    Andy Murray's fiancée was criticised for apparently swearing during his semi final earlier in the week
  • Rebel 'foreign minister' of Donetsk looks to Texas for union of separatists

    1 February 2015, 4:25 am

    As Ukraine stops buying medicine for hospitals in the "People's Republic", its leaders search for allies on the world stage
  • Mike Tindall: 'Queen probably won't be watching The Jump'

    1 February 2015, 4:14 am

    The Queen, he joked, would "I probably reckon not" tune in personally to the Channel 4 show
  • Around the world (and under hammer) in 80 days

    1 February 2015, 3:30 am

    Sale of treasures from across the globe offers a glimpse at 'seminal moments' in the cultural histories of countries and continents
  • Prisoners to make kit for troops

    1 February 2015, 3:15 am

    Prisoners will make sandbags, fence posts and other kit for the Army as part of a drive to teach them the "value of a hard day's work", the Government has announced.
  • Saying 'ow' really can ease pain

    1 February 2015, 3:15 am

    Scientists saying 'ow' and being vocal does help us tolerate pain.
  • The 7 kinks that need to be worked out before driverless cars go global

    1 February 2015, 3:15 am

    With self-driving cars set to become a reality in the not-too-distant future, Josie Ensor looks at some of the problems that will need ironing out first
  • Well-wishers raise more than £200,000 for frail mugging victim Alan Barnes

    1 February 2015, 3:00 am

    Thousands of people have donated more than £200,000 to help the pensioner to find a new home after he was mugged
  • Nicky Morgan's Trojan Horse curriculum 'could lead to collapse of Religious studies'

    1 February 2015, 3:00 am

    Shake-up intended to combat extremism by teaching more religious doctrine could end up boosting ignorance by putting pupils off the subject altogether, warns top headmistress
  • Japan stunned at Goto's murder

    1 February 2015, 3:00 am

    Prime Minister Abe vows to 'never forgive terrorists' and work with allies to make terrorists 'atone for their crimes'
  • David Cameron's funding plan will isolate us, say Tory shires

    1 February 2015, 2:45 am

    The Rural Services Network of 125 local authorities warns that people living in rural areas are facing a worsening "penalty" caused by a shortfall in funding
  • Judge to see forensics that point to Tower Hamlets vote fraud

    1 February 2015, 2:30 am

    Evidence from an independent forensic scientist will form the centrepiece of a rare election fraud trial opening at the High Court on Monday.
  • Liz Truss interview: 'We have lost touch with the land'

    1 February 2015, 2:27 am

    We need radical changes to our relations with the Europe, and more people to buy British cheddar, the environment secretary tells Tim Ross, as she confesses to her fondness for 1980s Brat Pack films and Stinking Bishop
  • Justice for the Elderly: Norman Lamb calls for crackdown on councils

    1 February 2015, 2:15 am

    The Liberal Democrat care minister is calling for the Care Quality Commission to be given the power to inspect local authorities so they can stamp out the practice and ensure staff are paid the minimum wage
  • NHS crisis incidents double in a year

    1 February 2015, 2:13 am

    Growing pressure on emergency departments has forced hospitals to take drastic action such as cancelling operations, closing their doors to ambulances, and installing beds in corridors and waiting areas
  • It's HOW long since Frankie Goes To Hollywood topped the charts?

    1 February 2015, 2:00 am

    Ever realised that something you thought happened recently took place decades ago? David Thomas knows the feeling...
  • Trader at centre of £130m fraud accused of rip off 25 years ago

    1 February 2015, 2:00 am

    Former business partners of Joe Lewis, the trader accused of a £130m fraud, accuse him of ripping them off two decades ago

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