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Cambridge University just accepted more black male students than Eton alumni for the first time in its history
But the president of the University's African Caribbean Society said there was "little to be celebrated."
Trump has declared an end to “the war on coal”
His comments have left many questioning the existence of such a war
Why Ferrera should be your next holiday destination
Skip tourist packed Florence and head to one of Italy’s best kept secrets.
In defence of glitter boobs
Because in a world containing Donald Trump, why are we offended by sparkles?
iPhone marks tenth anniversary and Apple prepares to unveil a new device
From the first Apple phone to the upcoming iPhone 8.
81% of students think this one weird thing made them do worse in their exams
Were you affected?
Michelle Obama urges Apple to employ more women
She promised to withhold her money if women aren’t more involved in the development process.
Diane Abbott retains seat for Hackney North and Stoke Newington with whopping 35,000 majority
Her dedication to the constituency has been rewarded.
Hung Parliament: What happens next?
Theresa now has to form a coalition, go forward with a minority government, or resign.
Here's why the Women's Equality Party campaigned to let other parties 'steal' their policies
They hand-delivered their manifesto to each of their rivals.
Conservative candidate for South Thanet charged over expense claims
To do with a 2015 battle bus.
Academics have discovered two new Sylvia Plath poems
Two new works, titled To a Refractory Santa Clause and Megrims, have been deciphered on carbon paper in one of Plath’s old notebooks.