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Young Scots from disadvantaged areas are four times less likely to go to university than those from wealthy backgrounds, researchers find.
A million more young people are likely to find themselves living with their parents over the next decade, according to the insurance company Aviva.
Why are women banned from a 35-mile-long Greek peninsula?
How 'robo recruiters' could be denting your job prospects
How 1986 Real Madrid game kick-started Champions League
How the audience won EU debate on social media
BBC political correspondent Iain Watson gives his verdict on the first BBC referendum debate.
Ahead of Euro 2016, Wales players are hoping Real Madrid's Gareth Bale comes through Saturday's Champions League final unscathed.
The Treasury is warning that millions of current and future pensioners will be worse off if the UK leaves the European Union.
A major search is launched for a crewman who is feared to have gone overboard a ferry off the Pembrokeshire coast.
An elephant that was the focus of an international campaign to improve its living conditions has died in a zoo in Japan at the age of 69.
Microsoft and Facebook announce plans to build the highest capacity data link between the US and Europe.
A British woman dies and another Briton is believed to be missing after a speedboat reportedly capsizes near Koh Samui in Thailand.
Remain campaigner Alex Salmond has rejected "scaremongering" by the Treasury to support the Remain side, in the first BBC EU debate.
A deal has been agreed for Jose Mourinho to become the new Manchester United manager, with confirmation expected on Friday.
McLaren hint they could replace British driver Jenson Button with Belgian Stoffel Vandoorne in 2017.
A letter written by a seven-year-old boy asks a Scottish Premiership club for its vacant job as manager.
Police are investigating claims two men, one dressed as a gorilla, were assaulted at a Vote Leave rally attended by Boris Johnson.
The Italian navy has released footage of a migrant boat that capsized on Wednesday.
France has some of the most worker-friendly labour laws in Europe, so why do the French go on strike so much?