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White teenagers are less likely to apply to university than youngsters from any other ethnic group, according to research. The statistics come in a UCAS report looking at the demand for university cou

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Sadiq Khan elections proves Londoners will not surrender to the language of fear

The election of Sadiq Khan MP to be the first Muslim Mayor of London is a major milestone by Londoners to elect a candidate that ran a positive, honest campaign and was keen and proud to be a true Lon