A ban on a bus advert claiming gay people can be "cured" and a cap on banker bonuses.
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Ofsted's chief inspector says he wants some school governors in England to be paid.
Children bringing cold chips to school for lunch.
Nick Clegg denies Lord Rennard cover-up.
Hospital food is still appalling and top maths pupils 'fail to keep up with world's best'.
An update from Lyon as Tottenham Hotspur fans are attacked.
IVF will soon be available for women over 40 but how old is too old to be a mother?
Should obese children should be offered a gastric band to help them reduce their weight?
Nikki Bedi sits in for Vanessa.
Spitting in the street, Martine McCutcheon is declared bankrupt and World Radio Day.
The latest on the horsemeat scandal and are children better off with two parents?
A four-week-old baby is attacked by a fox and the Pope is to resign.
British companies ordered to test their processed beef products.
Plans to scrap GCSEs are being abandoned.
Every dog owner in England will have to microchip their animal from 2016.
MPs will vote on a parliamentary bill to allow same-sex marriages and Chris Huhne.
Chris Grayling has defended the right of parents to smack their children.
The accident and emergency department at Lewisham hospital is to be downgraded.