For the 200,000 people who missed out on a university place, reapplying next year could prove very costly indeed.
The Prime Minister has long positioned himself above the fray, at the expense of a coherent message
It is absurd that EU students receive a free university education in Scotland, while UK students pay
Muchas gracias to the snout who forwarded me the wheelchair user Sean McGovern's unexpurgated account of his confrontation with Iain Duncan Smith, after finding the benefit cutter blocking a disabled toilet at
Clamouring for Cameron to come back from holiday when things get tough just feeds his Etonian ego.
The coppers’ favourite to become commissioner of the Metropolitan Police talks about the challenges
"Shot," said the PM, taking a gulp of bitter and looking tremendously pleased with himself.
The government has put reducing the deficit ahead of growth and jobs. Ignore the scaremongering.
Violence plagues our inner cities, but we chose to ignore it until now.
Two-parent households aren't always best.
Right-wingers have blamed the riots on “moral collapse” and absent fathers. Here, we invite 11 leadi
Blaming everything on inequality is a cop-out
Poverty is the real issue here, not fathers.
Last week's edition of this self-important propaganda sheet was full of so-called experts pontificating about the riots. It was all theory and surmise, however, because they weren't there in the thick of it.
Bizarrely, abolishing the 50p rate remains top of the Chancellor's list.
Former PM challenges left and right to think again about the riots.
Bankers loot the Treasury, MPs fiddle their expenses . . . and then the establishment turns on deprived young people in England’s inner cities and calls them criminals. The August disturbances weren't riots: they were the revolt of the working class.
"Zero-tolerance" policing is neither possible nor desirable.
The party must defend the integrity of family life and those institutions that promote the common go
The riots have shown that we cannot afford not to teach our young people lessons of civic duty.
There is no consensus about how to classify what went on, but "randomness" is unlikely to be the ans
They have forgotten their most important directive: they police with our consent.
Self-appointed defenders of white society are taking advantage of Britain's anger and disillusionmen
“There are some very well-to-do people that did some stupid stuff in my city.”
"I want police officers to hear this message loud and clear: as long as you act within reason and th
The Labour Leader, Ed Miliband, has called on all politicians to condemn the popular historian's con
The only surprising thing about the Brixton "riot" was that it didn't kick off earlier in the afternoon on 7 August.
The first priority of any London mayor faced with the riots that started in Tottenham after the fatal shooting by police of Mark Duggan, and spread through many other parts of the capital, must be to restore calm and establish
With the full effects of spending cuts still to be felt, many commentators deny they can be connected with the riots.
"Too often, it looks as if people who break the rules can prosper."