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MPs are banging the drum for the NUS president to sit on the board of the Office for Students, but she and other student representatives have expressed misgivings about the regulator.
"It is therapeutic art – in our communities we don't really use art therapy."
"Prince Harry apparently looked over at the girls and mouthed 'well done'," said the teacher who conducted the moving tribute.
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“These preliminary findings will, we hope, move us to look again at a community of less than three million people who, through their charitable activities, punch far above their weight.”
BuzzFeed News joined volunteers at the mosque at the centre of Grenfell Tower relief efforts, which has now opened its doors to the capital’s homeless.
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Trump's tweets drew criticism from UK Prime Minister Theresa May and rebukes from around the world. The White House vigorously defended the tweets, saying they spoke to a national security issue.
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"Today is the first time I came to know of the programme," said the Australian imam who found himself at the centre of a media storm.
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"I'm just somebody who kind of challenges people to look at me."
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