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There's a push to make jousting an Olympic sport

English Heritage wants to secure a place at the Olympics for one of the oldest equestrian sports in the world.

Donald Trump formally accepts presidential nomination, vows to save America

The property tycoon put his case to America and opponents from within his own party, from the convention stage.

Students found to be one of the least desirable tenants

But binge drinking and poor cleanliness aside, students may be good choice for property owners.

Owen Smith: A member of the 'Taffia' and the only opponent to Corbyn

Time will tell whether his previous career and gaffes will slow him down, or if Corbyn’s army will march all over him.

Oxford college is offering a “bridging course” to get poor students ready before they turn up

University College is increasing its intake by 10%, with new places being offered solely to disadvantaged students.

The key points from Jeremy Corbyn's Labour leadership bid

Corbyn has called for unity in the Labour Party after the September 24 leadership election.

What has Owen Smith previously voted for in parliament?

The lowdown on what the Labour leadership candidate has voted on for issues like welfare, the environment and tuition fees.

Lawyers seek harsher sentence for Oscar Pistorius following girlfriend's murder

Prosecutors are appealing against the ‘too lenient’ six-year prison term handed to Oscar Pistorius for the murder of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.

Young workers unprepared to deal with office politics, research finds

Office politics may be prove to be a barrier to success for young people.

Bed Warmer to Bone Counter: 10 real jobs we can’t quite believe people have had

Let flogging newspapers and chewing gum become a thing of the past.

Universities advertise increased fees despite parliament not yet agreeing

Some unviersities have advertised fees of £9,250 per year for 2017/2018 despite parliament not yet debating the issue.

Homeless student photographer wins university scholarship

"A dream come true" for hostel resident and budding artist.

Seagulls high on acid set to ruin our summer

Keep hold of your chips, pasties and ice creams everyone.

Here's what to expect from summer's most important sporting event - the Quidditch World Cup

Harry Potter fans, this is not a drill. It’s really happening.

Young adults in the north of England are the most academically disengaged

A £12 million fund has been created to tackle this issue.

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