| 24/04/2009 2:50 pm

  • A-level and GCSE results plan a 'good compromise', PM says - Getting teachers to grade GCSE and A-level pupils in England will be "fair" and "durable", the PM says.
  • Princess Latifa urges UK police to reopen sister's kidnap case - Dubai ruler's captive daughter writes to British police about her sister's abduction 20 years ago.
  • Asda says 5,000 jobs at risk in new business plan - The supermarket says it has begun consulting with workers over a major restructuring of its business.
  • Primark bets on last year's fashion for April reopening - The High Street-only retailer says it has lost £1.1bn in sales due to the recent lockdown.
  • HS2 protest: Swampy and two other activists leave Euston tunnel - The protester, who left with two others, spent 30 days in the tunnel under Euston Square Gardens.
  • Scotland Six Nations clash postponed over Covid outbreak - Scotland's Six Nations match in Paris on Sunday is postponed because of a coronavirus outbreak in the France squad.
  • Police stop-and-search powers 'should be suspended' - The change would improve the relationship between black children and the police, campaigners say.
  • Goldman Sachs: Bank boss rejects work from home as the 'new normal' - Remote working is "an aberration" that will be corrected as soon as possible says Goldman Sachs chief.
  • Tiger Woods car crash: Golfing champion will not face criminal charges - Police say the crash was "purely an accident" after the golfing champion flipped his car on Tuesday.
  • Armenia PM Nikol Pashinyan denounces 'attempted military coup' - PM Nikol Pashinyan is seen leading large crowds of supporters, after the army says he must resign.
  • Government urged to ensure convicted sex offenders cannot work as tutors - There has been an increase in private tuition during the pandemic but concerns remain about the checks in place.
  • A-level and GCSE results: What do students and teachers think? - GCSEs and A-level exams cancelled in England by the pandemic are to be replaced by teachers' grades.
  • Mother and son become tap-dance lockdown sensation - Lizzi Gee and her eight-year-old son Rufus say tap routines are one positive to come out of lockdown.
  • Brit Awards change rules thanks to pop star Rina Sawayama - Pop star Rina Sawayama protested after being told she was "not British enough" for UK music awards.
  • The colourful fridges popping up on American streets - Local communities in the US have come up with a novel way to help feed those going hungry.
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