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Tenants in England not being protected from revenge evictions, study finds
Just one in 20 private tenants in England who complain to their council about poor living conditions gets protection from a revenge eviction by their landlord, according to figures released on Monday.
Official figures confirm knife offences hit 9-year high last year
The number of UK crimes related to knives and other offensive weapons in England and Wales were the highest last year since 2009, figures show.
Children's services in England in financial crisis, say charities
England’s child protection and support services are in financial crisis, with the heaviest cuts burden falling disproportionately on the north of the country and in the most deprived areas, research by the UK’s ‘big five’ children’s charities found.
Breakthrough for NHS England as hundreds more men study nursing
The National Health Service (NHS) England has seen a significant rise in the number of men applying to be nurses, following a recruitment drive aimed at changing attitudes towards a career long stereotyped as female-dominated.
Deaf children in England fall behind at school, says charity
Deaf children in England are falling behind their classmates from primary school through to General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) — an academic qualification, generally taken in a number of subjects by pupils in secondary education in the UK — analysis by the National Deaf Children's Society (NDCS) showed.
Nearly 65% of prisoners at women's jail in England 'show signs of brain injury'
Nearly 65 percent of prisoners at a women’s jail in England may have suffered traumatic brain injuries at some point in their lives, a study found.
UK house prices grow fastest in north of England, Midlands
House prices have grown fastest since the UK voted to leave the EU in cities in the Midlands, the north of England, Wales and Scotland, according to the property website Zoopla.
Northeast England will be hit hardest by no-deal Brexit, says CBI
Northeast England would suffer the biggest decline in economic output of any UK region by the middle of the 2030s if the country leaves the EU without a deal, according to an analysis of government figures by Britain’s leading business lobby group.
Rich students in England save by paying fees up front
The wealthiest students are going to university in England for the lowest cost, by paying their tuition fees up front, say researchers.
England needs three million new social homes by 2040, says  report
England must launch the biggest council and social house building drive in its history to rescue millions of people from a future in dangerous, overcrowded or unsuitable homes, a cross-party commission told the government.
'Sluggish Life' to land in Watersprite event in England
Iranian film 'Sluggish Life' is slated for screening at Watersprite International Student Film Festival, in Cambridge University, England on March 7-10, 2019.
Ethnic minority academics earn less than white colleagues in England
When Meenakshi Sarkar landed a job as a teaching fellow at Leeds University, England, after a successful career in business in India, she was delighted.
North of England continues to see bigger cuts in public spending, report finds
Government spending in the north of England has fallen by £6.3 billion while the southeast and southwest of England have seen an increase of £3.2 billion since 2009-10, according to an analysis of official figures.
Germany, Netherlands to meet in Euro 2020 qualifiers; England given clement draw
Former champion Germany and the Netherlands will meet in Euro 2020 qualifiers after being paired together in Sunday's draw in Dublin, but World Cup semifinalist England has little to complain about.

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