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The Everyday Sexism Project hopes the stories highlight the need for sex and relationships education to be made compulsory in schools.

People are sharing personal stories about sexual harassment in schools on Twitter

The Everyday Sexism Project hopes the stories highlight the need for sex and relationships education to be made compulsory in schools.

As well as all the gin, you get to travel at the same time… “ginternational”, some might say.

The perfect job for gin lovers

As well as all the gin, you get to travel at the same time… “ginternational”, some might say.

Corbyn said the “magic circle of decision-making” meant the views of “ordinary people” were ignored.

Jeremy Corbyn calls for 'magic circle' of politics to be broken

Corbyn said the “magic circle of decision-making” meant the views of “ordinary people” were ignored.

Apologies if this puts you off your breakfast...

Naked Donald Trump statue appears in New York

Apologies if this puts you off your breakfast...

Lotte Gleeson suffered so severely from anxiety she was housebound, but has become an inspiration for students with mental health issues everywhere.

Student who suffered from crippling anxiety wins place at Oxford University

Lotte Gleeson suffered so severely from anxiety she was housebound, but has become an inspiration for students with mental health issues everywhere.

Wondering where your £9,000 went? Yeah, you're not the only one...

'Patchiness in standards' failing university students

Wondering where your £9,000 went? Yeah, you're not the only one...

And males could overtake females in top grades for the first time since 2006.

Number of students receiving top A-level grades expected to rise

And males could overtake females in top grades for the first time since 2006.

The next general election could bring new hope for students from poorer backgrounds.

Labour to reinstate scrapped maintenance grants for students if elected

The next general election could bring new hope for students from poorer backgrounds.

Experts think it could be the first step towards a “properly regulated cannabis market” in the UK.

The NHS is testing a cannabis product

Experts think it could be the first step towards a “properly regulated cannabis market” in the UK.

He spoke in Highbury Fields and was met with plenty of supportive placards sporting #JC4PM.

Jeremy Corbyn spoke at a BAME rally in London from a fire truck

He spoke in Highbury Fields and was met with plenty of supportive placards sporting #JC4PM.

Um, delicious?! We think...

5 weird food crazes exploding in New York

Um, delicious?! We think...

It's called the Online Hate Crime Hub.

Police to target online trolls with new specialist team

It's called the Online Hate Crime Hub.

The network seeks to empower and give a voice to Britain’s under-represented communities.

Why we should all be listening to the ShoutOut Network's podcasts

The network seeks to empower and give a voice to Britain’s under-represented communities.

A mental health tribunal has ruled he can leave Broadmoor psychiatric hospital.

Yorkshire Ripper 'sane enough' to go back to jail

A mental health tribunal has ruled he can leave Broadmoor psychiatric hospital.

It is our visceral fear of the dark that this film plays off, while introducing other horror tropes without making them feel cliché. While not outstanding, Lights Out is still one of the better horrors on offer.

Film Review: Lights Out

It is our visceral fear of the dark that this film plays off, while introducing other horror tropes without making them feel cliché. While not outstanding, Lights Out is still one of the better horrors on offer.

Seems creepy crawlies like the finer things in life. At least their hosts can afford the bug spray.

Insects prefer living in rich people's houses

Seems creepy crawlies like the finer things in life. At least their hosts can afford the bug spray.

Hundreds of “trainers” have been heading to St Mary’s Island off Whitley Bay and the local council aren't happy.

Pokémon Go asked to remove island Pokéstop after players chasing virtual Seels scare actual seals

Hundreds of “trainers” have been heading to St Mary’s Island off Whitley Bay and the local council aren't happy.

A YouGov survey has found that over 60% of women have been sexually harassed at work - and today victims are speaking out.

#HarassedAtWork: Women share their experiences of sexual harassment on Twitter

A YouGov survey has found that over 60% of women have been sexually harassed at work - and today victims are speaking out.

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