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The pandemic has caused lasting damage to teachers’ wellbeing, new research suggests, with a rise in the number of school staff saying they are suffering from lost confidence and unmanageable workloads. It comes as headteachers called on the Government to review plans for A-levels and GCSEs this summer to take into account how much schooling children have missed as a result of the Omicron variant.
For disabled people, the hasty lifting of all plan B restrictions is devastating . A caring society would have made this group a priority. However, a cavalier prime minister thought differently
The Australian Open has U-turned on rules which banned the wearing of t-shirts supporting Chinese tennis player Peng Shuai after an international backlash. Footage emerged last weekend of security and police demanding a fan remove a t-shirt with Peng Shuai’s face and “where is Peng Shuai” written on the back, because it broke the tournament’s rules on “political messaging”. Activists are reportedly planning to distribute hundreds of the t-shirts in time for the women’s final on Saturday in support of the player, who disappeared from public view after saying she was sexually assaulted by a former senior member of China’s ruling Communist Party.
Sizzle up a feast and celebrate the year of the tiger with these carbon, cast-iron or non-stick pans
Sir Trevor Phillips will return with a new series, Common Ground, from March.
From an early age Elisabeth started to work in an unusual genre of the "Living Art". Her art form is now becoming famous all over the world.
Carol Vorderman has opened up about how a family rift kept her from visiting her native Wales for years
PEOPLE are being urged to stay away from a cliff following a large rockfall.
Former 'Bachelor' contestant reveals how much she spent on clothes for the show
Grace Kelly’s granddaughter rides horse down Chanel catwalk
Thailand has become the first country in Asia to approve the de facto decriminalisation of marijuana - giving people the green light to grow the plant at home. The country first legalised the use of marijuana in 2018 for medical use and research, but now the Narcotics Control Board has dropped it from its list of controlled drugs. People can grow cannabis plants at home under the new rule, but must notify their local government first, health minister Anutin Charnvirakul said.
Aged care provider says it has ‘no faith’ in federal promise of rapid antigen tests. St Basil’s Homes in South Australia has written to residents and families to warn the tests are ‘like liquid gold’
Images released by the People's Protection Units (YPG), a Kurdish militia, show what they say are their fighters deployed inside Hasakeh's Ghwayran prison, hunting down armed jihadists.
Joe Rogan says the term ‘Black’ is ‘very strange’
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Brussels has proposed labelling natural gas and nuclear as green energy sources, prompting a furious backlash.View on euronews
Police are appealing for help to identify these men after disorder broke out among football fans during a match between Burnley and Arsenal. Lancashire police believe the men to be Arsenal fans at the away game on Saturday September 18 where supporters clashed in the stands. No fans reported any injuries though a match day steward was hit.
Flying car completes first ever inter-city flight
The US actress was described as a ‘powerful force of nature’ with ‘enough patience to fill 10 ships’.
Former Irish soldier was prepared to die for Islamic State, court hears. Lisa Smith ‘enveloped’ herself in the ‘black flag of IS’ in Syria, prosecutor says