Mail On Sunday (July 26, 2015)

Universities accused of running 'racket' which lets thousands of students in with just three grade Es

Universities have been accused of running an education ‘racket’ by giving places to thousands of students with A-level grades as low as three Es.

Official figures obtained by The Mail on Sunday reveal that more than a tenth of one university’s teenage intake last year had only scraped through their A-levels.

At Bolton University, 12.1 per cent of its 17 to 19-year-olds beginning courses last September were in this category, compared to the national average of 1.3 per cent, according to the Higher Education Statistics Agency.

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Mail On Sunday (July 12, 2015)

Top police doctor is accused of dozens of sex attacks on young officers during medical examinations and drunk suspects being held in cells

There are also fears that Dr Bunting may have taken advantage of his position to abuse drunk suspects being held in police cells, and even rape victims during a number of examinations.

He died two years ago so there can now be no criminal trial, but Avon & Somerset is compiling a report to the police watchdog...

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Mail On Sunday (July 12, 2015)

Head's husband banned from her top girls' school after being accused of sexual harassment by two women

The husband of the headmistress at a leading girls’ boarding school is facing sexual harassment charges after complaints by two women.

Stephen Woodhouse has been barred from the premises of Malvern St James girls’ school in Worcestershire, which is run by his wife Patricia.

He is to be tried on four charges of ‘unwanted sexual touching’ after a year-long police investigation.

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Mail On Sunday (July 4, 2015)

Retired British teacher stabbed to death in Philippines: Brian Bridge, 69, suffered multiple injuries during savage attack

A retired British teacher who started a new life as an organic farmer in the Philippines has been murdered at his dream home.

Brian Bridge, 69, suffered multiple stab wounds in the attack as his terrified wife jumped from an upstairs window to escape.

His grieving family, from Kingsley, Hampshire, are mystified over the motive.

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Mail On Sunday (April 12, 2015)

'He won't like it'... The father of Ed's Welsh leader has op - and admits he went private

Ed Miliband's strategy of attacking the Tories for trying to 'privatise' the NHS backfired last night after the father of a senior Labour politician admitted he had paid for treatment.

Caron Wyn Jones, father of Welsh First Minister Carwyn Jones, underwent a hip operation at a private clinic in Bridgend. He paid because the Welsh NHS could not perform the operation soon enough – and he was keen to get it done before a holiday.

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