Lauren Stocks, 16, on public speaking, trolls and her political ambitions for the future.
Children with severe allergies will have access to a spare adrenaline auto-injector in an emergency.
How families are squashed in unsuitable flats while planned social housing isn't getting built.
Every time Maya eats, she has to run off the calories - she's been ill for two years, but now she wants to go to university.
Young women are hardest hit as a generation struggles with low pay and insecure work, a charity says.
But Instagram warned the simplified terms and conditions contained "a number of inaccuracies".
The north-east of England has a secretive "fairy" leaving books for others to enjoy.
As a school bans "unhealthy" foods in lunchboxes, we ask what children are allowed to eat.
The drop is being linked to two court rulings that required councils to consider all alternatives.
A pupil at a small primary in the Highlands writes to Scotland's education secretary to highlight the teaching situation at her school.
Teaching children what to do in a terror attack "could potentially" save lives, senior officers say.
A protest letter about school cash shortages is arriving in 2.5 million homes.
The school policy does not allow sausage rolls or pork pies in packed lunches due to high salt content.
We meet Zareen, a student from South London who the World at One will be following through her first year at Cambridge
Six out of 10 young people in the world are failing to reach basic levels of proficiency in learning, warns the United Nations.
The biggest intake of state school students will be starting at Cambridge since the early 1980s.
Penalties given to teachers for cheating rose by 50% between 2015 and 2016.
Exam boards say they have shut down a website selling fake exam certificates for £400.
As a man is jailed for driving at a teacher, we asked what your concerns were about school run parking.
The number of working mothers in England has risen by 1.2 million over the past two decades, figures show.