UNIVERSITIES saw a record number of international student admissions this year - despite fears they may be put off by Brexit.
Official figures show the number of foreign students applying to British unis was the highest ever at 70,945 – a two per cent rise on last year.
PREGNANT Kate Middleton stole the show at the Royal Variety Performance last night - with husband Wills also managing to scrub up all right.
The smiling Duchess of Cambridge wore a sky blue gown encrusted with jewels as she arrived at the London Palladium in central London for the glittering evening.
A CHARITY helpline was so inundated with calls from vulnerable and isolated older people last Christmas it struggled to answer more than 5,000 due to a lack of funding.
More than a million pensioners admitted feeling lonely over the Christmas period, due to living alone or having no one
CRIMINALS should only be jailed as a “last resort” and the number of banged up should be reduced, according to the Justice Secretary.
David Lidington told MPs he wanted to see the prison population come down but declined to set an "arbitrary" target, but his comments will spark fears
RECORD number of Aussies are being taken to hospital after being attacked by flocks of dive-bombing magpies.
A surge in incidents "down under" has led to a big increase in eye injuries and sparked warnings about the risks of being clawed or pecked during so-called “swooping season”.
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For weeks, Liar viewers have seen Andrew Earlham get away with raping multiple women as he manipulated his way out of various police investigations.
On the final episode, Laura Nielson decided to reach out to Andrew's new girlfriend – after tracking her down from his social media account and spotting the couple together in public
A WELL known British pop star is among tourists booked on a controversial sex and drugs private island, according to resort bosses.
The mystery singer, who apparently has had "many number one hits", is said to have paid the £3,100 price for a ticket for the four-day round-the-clock rompathon.
A RECORD 90 children a day were taken into care last year - the biggest rise in seven years - official figures show.
Town hall chiefs warned councils across England are now at “tipping point”.
Figures show the total number of children in foster care or waiting for adoption reached
SHOCKING new statistics show that 44 in every 1,000 black people are arrested – almost TRIPLE the number for white people.
The data comes from the Government's racial disparity audit, which Theresa May will launch today and challenge society to “explain or change” what she sees as blatant racial
IF the US went to war with North Korea, at least 20,000 people will die EVERY DAY, a retired official has claimed.
Robert Givens, former Air Force Brigadier, said the number would be even higher if the communist state used nuclear weapons during their fierce battle.
Mr Givens told the
LIB DEM chief Vince Cable was branded “delusional” today after saying he was “confident” he would become Prime Minister.
He said it was “perfectly plausible” the Lib Dems could become the largest party at the next election - despite winning just 12 seats and less than 8 per cent
JACOB Rees-Mogg has topped a survey of Tory party members of who they want to replace Theresa May.
The eccentric Tory has enjoyed a meteoric rise in popularity this summer as he overtakes David Davis and Boris Johnson as grassroots activists’ number-one choice be their next leader.
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IS this the moment Kate dropped a massive hint that she and Wills would soon be adding to their growing brood just TWO months before announcing she is expecting a third child?
Back in July when the royal family were visiting Warsaw Kate, 35, joked to her husband "we'll
Bayern Munich midfielder wanted No 85 but the Premier League blocked the move while Wilfried Bony was allowed the No 2
Swans boss Paul Clement pulled off a coup by landing the Portugal international on a season-long loan from Bayern Munich.
Bayern Munich ace Renato Sanches arrivbed at Swansea on a loan
Graffiti and banners have been displayed telling tourists 'go home' and 'you are not welcome'
The Balearic Islands government are set to bring in a new law limiting the number of tourist beds to 623,624 and have pledged to cut the figure to just 500,000 over the next few