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Head teachers have written to Education Secretary Nicky Morgan expressing their concern over future funding for schools in England.
Was Kids Company claiming that it was spending public funds on accommodation for some of its clients when, in truth, it was getting accommodation for free? BBC Newsnight's Chris Cook looks at the allegations.
The government's Prevent anti-terrorism strategy needs constant review, the head of a school attended by three girls who travelled to Syria has told MPs.
Defence Secretary Michael Fallon invites Jeremy Corbyn to discuss the security threats facing the UK with the head of the armed forces after a recent row between the two men.
Deal is reached between the Northern Ireland parties to resolve current political crisis
Why timing of EU poll may depend on who gets to vote
Lib Dem Lord Rennard agrees to stand down from the party's governing body after leader Tim Farron calls on him to quit.
First Minister Carwyn Jones hints the NHS board covering north Wales could be broken up if Labour regains power in the 2016 assembly election.
Prime Minister David Cameron promises a "comprehensive strategy" to win MPs' backing for bombing Islamic State militants in Syria as well as Iraq.
Stormont sources are predicting that a deal will be confirmed later.
UK inflation as measured by the Consumer Prices Index remained at -0.1% in October, figures show.
Security views add to Labour MPs' Corbyn unease
A Welsh health board is still paying the £200,000 salary of its suspended chief executive while he works in England, AMs are told.
Ian Duncan Smith's work and pensions department is one of seven more to have reached a spending deal with the Treasury, George Osborne has said.
MSPs at Holyrood are expected to call on Scotland to unite "as one" to oppose terrorism in the wake of the Paris attacks.
Nearly 600 suicides in England between 2010 and 2013 may be associated with the government's "fit-for-work" tests, research suggests.
Plans for a £325m motor racing track, business park and hotels in Blaenau Gwent pass the latest planning hurdle.
Labour MPs criticise leader Jeremy Corbyn over comments he made about counter-terrorism measures.
Islamic State militants want to launch major cyber-attacks on the UK, Chancellor George Osborne will say during a visit to the GCHQ listening station.
About 100 Syrian refugees are due to land in the UK later - the largest group to arrive since the government expanded its refugee resettlement scheme.