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One in five youngsters leaves school at 18 without basic exam grades 19 Sep 8:49pm One in five youngsters leaves school at 18 without basic exam grades
Despite these pupils completing 14 years of education, 18 per cent do not leave with at least five GCSEs at grades A* to C.
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University student is first UK person to be jailed for making a GUN with a 3D printer 19 Sep 8:28pm University student is first UK person to be jailed for making a GUN with a 3D printer
Tendai Muswere, 26, printed a revolver and a handgun using plastic resin at his flat in Pimlico in October 2017 and later claimed they were just props for a project.
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Brexit Party MEPs abstain EU vote supporting British prisoner Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe  19 Sep 8:28pm Brexit Party MEPs abstain EU vote supporting British prisoner Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe 
Former Conservative Minister Anne Widdecombe and Jacob Rees-Mogg's sister Annunziata were among the 46 members who abstained at the EU Parliament in Strasbourg.
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Sir John Major is accused of hypocrisy as he slams Boris Johnson for suspending Parliament 19 Sep 7:00pm Updated Sir John Major is accused of hypocrisy as he slams Boris Johnson for suspending Parliament
The former Tory prime minister, 76, prorogued Parliament in 1997 (pictured), delaying the publication of a report into the cash-for-questions scandal that rocked his party.
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Boris Johnson could shut Parliament AGAIN if he loses Supreme Court case 19 Sep 5:51pm Updated Boris Johnson could shut Parliament AGAIN if he loses Supreme Court case
The Prime Minister was on Salisbury Plain with the Army today where he declined to rule out suspending Parliament again if he lost the Supreme Court case.
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Border Force intercepts migrant boat near Dover 19 Sep 12:33pm Updated Border Force intercepts migrant boat near Dover
The group of eight migrants, including a child, came into St Margaret's Bay, near Dover, shortly before 7am, and are set to be quizzed by immigration officers.
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Man, 20, accused of murdering PC Andrew Harper sees charge DROPPED 19 Sep 12:29pm Man, 20, accused of murdering PC Andrew Harper sees charge DROPPED
Thames Valley Police officer PC Harper (pictured) died from multiple injuries after being dragged under a vehicle while responding to a burglary near Sulhamstead, Berkshire.
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Marco Pierre White Jr made a hotel staff member shake with fear, a court hears  19 Sep 11:33am Marco Pierre White Jr made a hotel staff member shake with fear, a court hears 
Marco Pierre White Jnr, 24, admitted threatening staff member Chloe Charlesworth at the Rudloe Hall Hotel in Wiltshire in March, at the Magistrates Court in Swindon today.
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Former Burton Albion footballer Kelvin Maynard shot dead by two men on a motorbike in Amsterdam 19 Sep 9:45am Updated Former Burton Albion footballer Kelvin Maynard shot dead by two men on a motorbike in Amsterdam
Former Burton Albion footballer Kelvin Maynard has been shot dead by two men riding a motorbike in Amsterdam. He tried to escape by driving towards a fire station but crashed into the building.
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Sir John Major will compare Boris Johnson to a dishonest estate agent at Supreme Court today 19 Sep 8:43am Updated Sir John Major will compare Boris Johnson to a dishonest estate agent at Supreme Court today
The former prime minister, the lynchpin in the case brought by Gina Miller, says the current Tory leader unlawfully prorogued Parliament for five weeks because he had 'ulterior motives'.
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British Airways pilots cancel planned September 27 strike in dispute over pay  19 Sep 8:37am Updated British Airways pilots cancel planned September 27 strike in dispute over pay 
A strike planned by British Airways pilots on September 27 in a dispute over pay has been called off, Balpa said. General Secretary at BALPA called for 'common sense to prevail'.
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Three teenagers appear in court charged with murdering PC Andrew Harper, 28 19 Sep 8:16am Three teenagers appear in court charged with murdering PC Andrew Harper, 28
Three teenagers have appeared at Reading Magistrates' Court today charged with the murder of newlywed PC Andrew Harper.
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Video shows two teenage girls fight in Erith south east London as mother tells her bang her out 19 Sep 6:41am Video shows two teenage girls fight in Erith south east London as mother tells her bang her out
The mother, who cannot be named for legal reasons, is seen shouting 'get her', 'beat her', and 'bang her out' as the girls punch and kick each other at a park in Erith, south east London.
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Grand Designs: Ex-Paralympian splits with wife and forced to sell home 19 Sep 6:11am Grand Designs: Ex-Paralympian splits with wife and forced to sell home
Ex-Paralympian Mark Butler, 50, from Warwickshire wanted to remain in the family home with his three children after splitting from his wife Penny, but it's now been listed on Rightmove.
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Grandmother, 81, tells how she bravely fought off would-be cash-point mugger  19 Sep 5:38am Updated Grandmother, 81, tells how she bravely fought off would-be cash-point mugger 
Doreen Jones was at a cash machine in Blackheath, West Midlands, when she was interrupted by a young woman behind her.
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Police chiefs ban officers from publishing sinister images of knives they have seized 19 Sep 4:30am Police chiefs ban officers from publishing sinister images of knives they have seized
Thames Valley and Surrey Police will stop publishing photographs of weapons surrendered in amnesties to 'reduce fear of knives and knife carrying in our communities'.
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One in five university students is from a poor background 19 Sep 4:20am One in five university students is from a poor background
Almost 26,000 freshers from deprived families have a place, with the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service saying the gap between the most and least advantaged in the UK is 'narrowing'.
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Drug that expels toxin-producing cells and could reverse frailty in old age is being developed 19 Sep 2:08am Drug that expels toxin-producing cells and could reverse frailty in old age is being developed
Nine patients with diabetes-related illnesses received medicine generally used to treat cancer. They were also given a compound found in fruits and vegetables for the study in Minnesota.
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Mother-of-two, 54, says her £350,000 new-build home has 245 faults 19 Sep 1:06am Updated Mother-of-two, 54, says her £350,000 new-build home has 245 faults
Mother-of-two Carol Ritson, 54, had been excited to receive the keys to the four-bedroom detached in Keynsham, Somerset, but when she moved in she found it was far from finished.
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