The Government Backed A Crowdfunding Site For Tech In Schools. They Ended Up Using It For Essential Supplies.
Rocket Fund was envisaged as a means to help schools get "innovative technology". Instead, tight budgets mean they are using it to fund school trips and goal posts.
Fans Are Reacting To Judith Kerr's Death By Sharing Memories Of Reading Her Beloved Children's Books
"She was a legendary author and illustrator, whose stories and illustrations gave pleasure to millions around the world."
Grumpy Cat Is Dead. Long Live Grumpy Cat.
"Her spirit will continue to live on through her fans everywhere," her family wrote in an emotional statement posted on Twitter.
Sweden Has Reopened The Julian Assange Rape Investigation
The move means Swedish prosecutors are likely to request the extradition of Assange, who is already fighting a request from the US.
Baby Sussex Will Be Called Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor
The happy couple announced the name in an Instagram post.
Julian Assange Has Been Sentenced To 50 Weeks In Prison For Skipping Bail
The WikiLeaks founder was jailed for skipping bail over allegations of sexual assault in Sweden. He will appear in court via video link for a separate US extradition hearing on Thursday.
Women Will Be Offered Period Products While In Police Custody Under Changes To The Law
Exclusive: The changes will also give women the right to speak privately to a woman member of custody staff.
People Are Paying Tribute To Lyra McKee, Who Was Killed At A Riot In Northern Ireland
The 29-year-old journalist is being remembered as a "gifted writer" who was determined to help "drag Northern Ireland away from its darkest days".
A Massive Fire At The Notre Dame Cathedral In Paris Caused Catastrophic Damage
The massive blaze, which is now extinguished, knocked down the cathedral's spire. The cause is under investigation, though extensive renovations had been ongoing.
French Billionaires And Corporations Have Pledged At Least 600 Million Euros To Rebuild The Notre Dame Cathedral
Luxury goods tycoons and major corporations cited national pride and culture in making the pledges.
A Survivor Of The Manchester Attack Returned To The Arena To See Shawn Mendes And This Firefighter Went Along For Support
Teenager Amelia Mae Thompson told BuzzFeed News she wanted "to create some more positive memories and try to overcome the negative memories that [she has] from there".
Julian Assange Was Arrested In London And US Officials Want Him Brought To America To Face Hacking Charges
The WikiLeaks founder was taken into custody from the Ecuadorian Embassy in London where he had spent nearly seven years.
A Group For Bataclan Victims' Families And Survivors Says The Tough Guy Entrance Memes Aren't Funny
"These facts and this person do not make Life for Paris laugh. They shouldn’t make anyone laugh."
The Man In The Tough Guy Entrance Video Became A Meme While Going To Court For Renting His House To The 2015 Paris Attackers
A clip of Jawad Bendaoud entering court has taken over social media.
Schools Struggling With Funding Cuts Can't Afford Knife Crime First Aid Classes
"If we are then expected to tackle complex issues such as ... violent crime, we must be given the resources to deliver."
This Student Was Told "You're Not Calling Hogwarts" When She Asked The Student Loans Company About Payment Delays
Exc: Alyce Cronk was left without money for more than two months because of Student Loans Company errors, including correspondence being sent to the wrong email address because staff had misspelled her name.
Facebook And Instagram Suffered A Blackout
On Thursday morning, Facebook said the outage was the result of a "server configuration change" and the issues were resolved.
The Teenager Who Fought For Free Period Products Wants Them In Primary Schools Too
"I do think it needs to be primary schools because we can't discriminate just based on age," period poverty campaigner Amika George told BuzzFeed News.
The Queen Posted Her First Ever Instagram
"It seems fitting to me that I publish this Instagram post," she wrote.
Universities Are Weighing Up The Cost Of Language Students' Years Abroad After A No-Deal Brexit
“I am really uncertain about what will happen,” said one language student who is unsure whether her year abroad will go ahead.