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From years of torture as a child slave to an Aylesbury escape - John’s story is inspirational

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It’s a student takeover! Holiday Inn Aylesbury to be run by college course learners for the day

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File photo dated 24/05/10 of students sitting an exam as teenagers' speaking and listening abilities will no longer count towards their final GCSE English grades, despite widespread opposition to the move. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Thursday August 29, 2013. England's exams regulator Ofqual has confirmed it is pushing ahead with plans to strip the key skills out of the qualifications amid concerns that assessments, which are carried out by teachers, are not being conducted and marked consistently across all schools. Chief regulator Glenys Stacey admitted that the decision would be "unpopular" with many teachers, but insisted it was necessary because the current system is unfair. See PA story EDUCATION English. Photo credit should read: Ben Birchall/PA Wire ENGEMN00120130829142758

WATCH: Folks who swapped their careers for teaching encourage others to do the same as recruitment drive launched

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Cat rescued from loft of bungalow

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Watermead duck injured by hook and RSPCA issues warning to fishermen over litter

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Latest: Police officers appear before gross misconduct panel over fatal crash on A413

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Mixed bag of results from Care Quality Commission visit to Stoke Mandeville Hospital

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Former Aylesbury police chief Gez Chiariello suspended in new Milton Keynes role over conduct

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Tre Mitford scores United's second. Picture by Mike Snell

Late winner sinks Ducks ahead of League Cup quarter-final

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Kieran Goss touches down. Picture: Aaron Bayliss

Leaders Chinnor bring Cinderford juggernaut to a halt

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At last! Moles end barren run as Haule gets his first win

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Mercer bags a hat-trick as Ducks rout All Blacks to move third

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Everyone Active celebrates 30th nationwide Swimathon by encouraging people to swim for Marie Curie

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Williams issues rallying call ahead of Chinnor’s crunch clash at Kingsey Road

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Burns scores hat-trick as Chinnor power past Bury to remain top

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A new display is opening up at the Harry Potter studios

Precious treat for Harry Potter fans

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Parma Cathedral with the Baptistery's leaning tower.

Travel: Hamming it up in Italy

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Sophie Rutledge from Wingrave (black T-shirt) in rehearsals ahead of performing Accidental Death of an Anarchist as part of the Seven on Seven festival in Tring

Vale students taking part in acting festival

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Travel: Hull of a culture shock

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