The replies universities sent to Tory MP Chris Heaton-Harris's letter about their Brexit research were more varied than the initial outcry suggested.
A new law would remove existing defences to assault and battery that cover physical punishment.
The columnist says the focus on his controversial comments distracts from Office for Students job.
A government spokesperson said employers needed to do more to protect staff's mental health at work.
Peers will debate proposals to restore lifetime housing rights to those who have suffered domestic abuse.
Mothers in group singing sessions with babies have faster improvement in symptoms, a study suggests.
Emma and Toni on the five letters that could save another man like their dad.
The Cabinet reshuffle puts Damian Hinds in charge of schools and universities, replacing Justine Greening.
Universities Minister Jo Johnson says Mr Young has already apologised for "obnoxious and repellent" comments.
Maria Caulfield is now the Tory vice chair for women, but has opposed decriminalising abortion.
The Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, voiced concern about the spread of Western influences.
Specialist staffing has fallen by 14% over seven years, Consortium for Research in Deaf Education (CRIDE) says.
The decision follows repeated online leaks of questions and answers, the exams regulator says.
Survey finds 42% of parents feel safety is a barrier to their children walking or cycling to school
Head teachers say that whoever is education secretary needs to get to grips with school funding problems.
When Naimish Gohil created his homework sharing app, he says he wasn’t really thinking about creating a business.
The government announces 35 new centres across the country as part of it social mobility plan.
Government failure to legislate on unregistered schools "baffling", says Hackney council report
The number of students caught cheating in exams has risen by 25% in a single year, official figures show.
Customers buying drinks with more than 150mg of caffeine per litre will be asked to prove their age.