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There has been a rise in the number of parents "living their lives through their ambitions for their children", the head teacher of Eton says.
One of Victorino Chua's victims says he thought he was "a goner" after being treated by the nurse.
FBI document reveals flight hacker told them he was able to issue commands to the aircraft engines from his seat.
Greece has said it wants to reach a loan deal with its international creditors by the end of this month.
The BBC's Kim Ghattas analyses Saudi Arabia’s regional ambitions post-Camp David.
School improvements in Suffolk demanded by Ofsted are happening too slowly and pupils' attainment remains below average, a new study says.
A prison officer left with post-traumatic stress disorder after being attacked by inmate Charles Bronson receives £32,500 in damages.
The French owner of Gucci and other luxury brands sues Chinese internet shopping giant Alibaba over the alleged sale of counterfeit goods.
The life of Queen Victoria is to be dramatised in an ITV series, starting with when she took the throne aged 18.
A nurse is found guilty of murdering two patients and poisoning 19 others at Greater Manchester's Stepping Hill hospital.
Nigeria's military says it has cleared 10 more Boko Haram bases as part of its efforts to flush militants out of the Sambisa forest in the north-east.
Fifa sponsors are being asked by a new campaign grouping to speak out about working conditions at the 2022 World Cup building sites in Qatar.
The mother of a woman who has been seriously injured while she was watching the North West 200 at the weekend has said it was a "freak accident".
Former Grand Slam tennis star Bob Hewitt is jailed for six years by a South African court for raping underage girls.
A Channel 4 docudrama that imagined a future where the UK Independence Party won the general election is cleared by broadcasting watchdog Ofcom.
The dressing up of Narendra Modi on the global stage
Rat droppings, human urine and arsenic are just some of the substances found in fake make-up and beauty products, which police say are putting lives at risk.
A further preliminary hearing is to be held before it will be known if the fatal accident inquiry into the Glasgow bin lorry crash can begin on 22 July.
A BBC presenter who said women should "keep their knickers on" during a live debate about convicted rapist Ched Evans will face no action by watchdog Ofcom.
A verdict is due in the trial of two French police officers accused of failing to help two boys whose deaths in 2005 prompted weeks of riots.