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UK universities accused of complacency over sexual misconduct
More than one-third of universities provide no staff training on misconduct, including harassment and rape

David Batty, Helena Bengtsson and Sally Weale

08, Dec, 2017 @5:03 PM

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Russian 'troll army' tweets cited more than 80 times in UK media
Posts from accounts said by Twitter to be Russian trolls quoted in coverage ranging from breaking news to humorous listicles

Alex Hern, Pamela Duncan and Helena Bengtsson

20, Nov, 2017 @5:00 PM

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Oxbridge becoming less diverse as richest gain 80% of offers
Oxford and Cambridge going backwards in drive to recruit students from poorer backgrounds and areas, data shows

Sally Weale, Richard Adams and Helena Bengtsson

19, Oct, 2017 @8:00 PM

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Oxford accused of 'social apartheid' as colleges admit no black students
Labour MP attacks university where one in three colleges failed to admit a black British student with A-levels in 2015

Richard Adams and Helena Bengtsson

19, Oct, 2017 @8:00 PM

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Audit lays bare racial disparities in UK schools, courts and workplaces
Government study finds regional variation, and separate research suggests minority ethnic women hardest hit by austerity

Anushka Asthana and Helena Bengtsson

09, Oct, 2017 @9:30 PM

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Oxford University professor quits Blavatnik school in Donald Trump protest
Oligarch who funded school of government says he gave to Trump inauguration and not election campaign, but Bo Rothstein says it counts as ‘irresponsible’ backing

Matthew Weaver and Helena Bengtsson

29, Aug, 2017 @11:26 AM

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Proportion of students getting good GCSE grades falls after reforms
Share of pupils in England gaining at least a C, or 4 under the new system, falls slightly amid changes to exams and gradings

Richard Adams, Sally Weale and Helena Bengtsson

24, Aug, 2017 @6:11 PM

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A-level results show rise in top grades despite tougher exams
Boys do better than girls in gaining A and A* grades but students find it harder to gain top grades in newly reformed subjects

Richard Adams, Helena Bengtsson and Sally Weale

17, Aug, 2017 @5:44 PM

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Data journalism: from information to insight in unpredictable times
An election full of surprises raised questions the Guardian’s team of data journalists were eager to answer, such as: did Theresa May lose every marginal seat that she visited?

Helena Bengtsson and Caelainn Barr

30, Jun, 2017 @12:14 PM

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Theresa May closing in on 100-seat majority, local elections suggest
Guardian analysis indicates Labour is on course to lose Commons seats even in areas where it held on to councils

Alan Travis and Helena Bengtsson

05, May, 2017 @5:04 PM

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How much do you have to earn to be rich? £70,000, says Labour
John McDonnell’s definition of rich people has angered some, but he is backed by the statistics

Pamela Duncan and Helena Bengtsson

19, Apr, 2017 @3:40 PM

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Swedish truck attack: shock gives way to fears for open society
Uzbek arrested in Stockholm is main suspect amid aftermath of political tension, defiance and anxiety

David Crouch in Stockholm and Helena Bengtsson

08, Apr, 2017 @7:24 PM

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