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The University of Warwick said it is "no longer appropriate" for its students to remain in Hong Kong.
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A student who set himself on fire on Friday blamed his severe financial difficulties on government.
Labour pledges a £3bn increase in adult education investment to update skills for work.
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A young woman who lost her sight cannot get funding for a specialist college for the blind.
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Jack Grange was diagnosed with ADHD and anxiety after being excluded from school.
Lucinda Graham, who experienced various mental health issues, wants others to speak out and seek help.