Miliband says PMQs is a 'big problem...makes people think that's what politics is about. 2 blokes shouting at each other and calling names'
Miliband hopes to be the new Nick Clegg (well, sort of), promising he's the students' man. http://t.co/BXgwksJ9ui
Miliband:'1m people have fallen off electoral register.Having broken promises on tuition fees, this is Cam & Clegg's final insult to people'
Student asks about TV debates, Miliband says 'I was actually thinking about having an empty chair here today so I could debate Cameron!'
Students waiting for Miliband speech on young voter registration. Lots of Labour loyalists, but also a mix of others. http://t.co/0OQBIFm2sp
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Ed Miliband will accuse Nick Clegg of a fresh "betrayal" of students over the Deputy PM's broken pledge to oppose increases in tuition feesRead the full story ›
The Yorkshire Sculpture Park is to host a major exhibition of work by Henry Moore. More than 120 works will be on display exploring the artist's relationship with the land.
Henry Moore was born into a mining family in Castleford and was a founding patron of the Yorkshire Sculpture Park. He was committed to showing his work in the open air, in particular at among the rolling hills of the Yorkshire Sculpture Park's former Deer Park.
A group which campaigns against child poverty says the benefit system is to blame for children going to school hungry.
A report released today says almost half of teachers across Yorkshire and north Lincolnshire say they are bringing in food for children to eat in the morning.
Imran Hussain from the Child Poverty Action Group told Calendar why he thinks the trend exists:
There are calls today for subsidised breakfast clubs in schools after it emerged that some teachers are bringing food in to school to feed pupils.
A report found that a fifth of teachers say they've seen a rise in number of children arriving at class hungry while seven in ten claim children who don't eat first thing find it harder to learn.
Jill Rutter from the Family and Childcare Trust says schools should provide breakfasts:
Almost half of teachers across Yorkshire and north Lincolnshire say they are bringing in food for children to eat in the morning, according to a study.
Meanwhile figures for the East Midlands, which includes Lincolnshire, show four in ten teachers say not eating first thing makes pupils more disruptive. Over sixty percent claim it makes them unable to learn.
A primary school teaching assistant from Calderdale who waged a five month campaign of bullying against a vulnerable seven-year-old girl has been spared jail by a judge who described her behaviour as shameful.
Rachael Regan left the girl in tears after she taped her to a chair with sticky tape as classmates laughed, and other occasions shut her in a storeroom and even ripped up her photograph. Jon Hill reports.