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Popular Teaching Methods May Harm Education

Schoolchildren in some schools are being taught using methods that have no evidence to back them up, according to a report by academics.

Miliband: Labour Faces 'Tough Fight' In Scotland

Ed Miliband is under increasing pressure as two polls revealed Labour could lose dozens of seats at the next election and the Scottish Labour deputy leader said he is quitting.

One Missing After Blaze At Fireworks Factory

One person remains missing after an explosion sparked a large blaze at a fireworks factory in Staffordshire.

Govt Committed To Cameras In Criminal Trials

The Government has told Sky News it is committed to the idea of getting cameras into criminal trials in Britain.

Ebola Crisis: Major DEC Appeal To Fight Outbreak

The Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) is urging Britons to donate money to help those treating Ebola victims - the first time it has launched an appeal over a disease outbreak.

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Liverpool Boss: Mario Super

Brendan Rodgers insists he has "no concern" over Mario Balotelli and dismissed suggestions the controversial Liverpool striker needs protection from provocation.

Celtic Winger Tonev Banned For Seven Matches

Celtic's on-loan Aston Villa winger Aleksandar Tonev has been banned for seven games for racially abusing an opponent.

Murray Qualifies For World Tour Finals

Andy Murray booked his place at the ATP World Tour Finals with a 6-3 6-3 victory over Grigor Dimitrov at the Paris Masters.

F1 Driver Bianchi Remains “critical but stable”

An update issued by Jules Bianchi’s family says the driver remains in a “critical but stable” condition and that they have “no new information to give” following his accident at the Japanese Grand Prix.

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Polanski Free After US Sex Charges Questioning

Film director Roman Polanski has been allowed to walk free after being questioned by Polish prosecutors on a US arrest warrant for sex offences.

Robbie Williams Reveals Name Of New Son

Robbie Williams and his wife Ayda Field have introduced their new son, named Charlton Valentine, to the world for the first time.

McKellen Given Freedom Award For Charity Work

Sir Ian McKellen has been awarded the freedom of the City of London in recognition of his work for gay rights.

McConaughey Film Interstellar 'Pretty Physical'

Oscar-winning actor Matthew McConaughey has said his latest movie was a test of endurance.

Rap Mogul Suge Knight Charged With Robbery

Death Row Records founder Marion "Suge" Knight and comedian Katt Williams have been charged with robbery after a celebrity photographer reported the men stole her camera.

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Barclays Sets Aside £500m Over For-Ex Probe

Barclays has confirmed a £500m provision for fines relating to allegations foreign exchange markets were manipulated by banks.

RBS Leans Towards Naming EY As New Auditor

Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) is leaning towards appointing the smallest of the big four accountancy firms as its new auditor, a move that would spell the end of its relationship with Fred Goodwin's erstwhile employer.

RAC Demands Motorway Petrol Price Caps

The RAC is demanding action to cap motoroway service station fuel prices, describing them as "21st century highway robbery."

Apple Boss: I'm Gay And I Want To Inspire People

Apple chief executive Tim Cook has come out as gay and says he wants to "inspire people to insist on their equality".

US Growth Figures Pare Stock Market Losses

Stock market losses across Europe eased on Thursday on news the US economy grew more than had been expected in the third quarter.

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'Jesus' Mark Appears On Tree, Says Bereaved Son

A US man says Jesus has appeared to him on a tree.

Vine Star Held By FBI Over Plane Speedo Video

A Vine star was detained by the FBI after dancing down the aisle of a plane dressed in swimming trunks.

Clown Ban In French Town After Street Attacks

A town in southern France has banned people from dressing up as clowns after a spate of attacks in several parts of the country.

Crash Test Dummies Getting Bigger In America

Crash test dummies in the US will be made fatter to reflect the larger size of more than a third of adult Americans and help protect their lives.

Board Game Operation's Inventor Needs Surgery

The man who invented the board game Operation half a century ago now needs help paying for a real operation.

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Burkina Faso President Defies Violent 'Coup'

Burkina Faso's long-time leader has refused to step down despite violent unrest which saw anti-government protesters set the country's parliament building ablaze.

Reports: 220 Bodies Found In Iraq Mass Graves

The bodies of 220 members of an Iraqi Sunni tribe opposed to Islamic State have reportedly been found in two mass graves.

World Savings Day: Banking Scheme In Zambia

World Savings Day is a timely reminder that 2.5 billion people around the world have no access to formal financial services.

Israel Reopens Jerusalem Mosque: Reports

Israel has decided to reopen Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa mosque hours after ordering its closure, police told AFP news agency.

Four Die As Plane Dives Into Airport Building

Four people are dead and five injured after a small plane crashed into a building at an airport in Wichita, Kansas.

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