The UK government was quick to respond.
Teachers and pupils alike will feel the pressure if a new scheme goes through, warns Joe Fell.
The Labour leadership frontrunner is a politician after all.
We mustn't forget the lessons of the Second World War in the face of today's refugee crisis, says Molly Scott Cato.
Are women-only carriages the way forward?
Immigration is good news for Britain and for London. As Mayor, I'll defend it, promises Diane Abbott.
These things are meant to be our brightest and best, not an Employee of the Month award for Cameron's chums.
The Labour leadership candidate is expected to win among all three sections - his mandate will be even greater.
Jeremy Corbyn and Andy Burnham have both pledged to renationalise the railways - but we can't do that while we're in the European Union, says Kate Hoey.
Centrist and moderate commentators think Corbyn will doom Labour, but they're wrong, says Tim Grayson.
The shadow health secretary tells the NS that the contest is "wide open" and rules out a third bid.
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