BBC News - Family & Education
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Children have had to travel across the border for heart surgery since 1998.
The sharing of child abuse images and deepfake pornography need to be addressed further, MPs warn.
BBC correspondent Jean Mackenzie finds children as young as 10 are being groomed in Romania, to be trafficked to the UK.
Jocelyn says she chose to freebirth because she does not have faith in NHS maternity services.
Ex-minister Robert Buckland urges the government to end detention in hospitals for long periods.
An app learns how much insulin a child needs so parents do not need to monitor children constantly.
Measures to tackle educational underachievement are also at risk if schools do not get more money.
Children born between 1 April and 1 July could start pre-school and school a year later.
England's children's commissioner says she will "go out and find" those not on school rolls.
How one school has adapted to the pandemic 100 years after the Spanish Flu saw similar measures.
Fourteen people complained about the advert, including one viewer who said a toddler had copied it.
Campaigners hope the outcome of review into the pre-2000 ban will entitle them to compensation.
"When it's pouring down with rain and it's really windy, it's hard because I just feel really cold."
Six universities sign a ministerial pledge to stop using non-disclosure orders to silence complaints.
The Exeter University lecturer told a tribunal her "naturally loud" voice led to her dismissal.
Hundreds of Scots with learning disabilities have to live far away from their families, a charity says.
A leading charity says soaring energy costs could plunge more families into "very deep poverty".
It's not just mental health professionals who have to spot self-harm, updated health guidance says.
The actress discusses her new film Nightmare Alley and the unlikely role she took on during lockdown.
How visual, auditory and kinesthetic tools used to teach kids coding should be adapted for adults.