The political and policy-based implications of the new Secretary of State for Education.
We would eat a Chocolate Orange on Christmas afternoon and Matchmakers in the evening, and never the other way around.
Bad news for the boys, good news for ethnic minority applicants.
Free education in Scotland: a bung for the middle class, paid for by the poor.
For all the anger over the new fees system, it is in many respects more progressive.
Gaming is frequently touted as an escape from the world - but it can also be a guide to it.
"We silently walked out because Ms Hopkins has the right to speak, but we also have the right to express our discontent."
Less than half of Welsh teenagers think they'll speak the language as adults.
The Department for Education is now insisting that British values are taught in schools - but the most important one of all is missing.
Increasing numbers of families are finding it a constant struggle to feed their children in the school holidays.
Populism for the middle class.
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