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This Belfast student says racial slurs within the book leave her feeling uncomfortable in the classroom.
Households will see bills fall in July, but experts say costs will remain far higher than two years ago.
British number one Cameron Norrie reaches his third successive semi-final at the clay-court Lyon Open but compatriot Jack Draper is knocked out.
UK net migration is at a record 606,000, a figure that Prime Minister Rishi Sunak says is "too high".
The sites in England were all developed using a lightweight concrete with a limited lifespan.
Flt Sgt Peter Brown's funeral took place in Westminster after a campaign for a "fitting send-off".
A man is said to be barricaded inside an office after the alleged attack that killed a woman and two policemen.
The presenter sued over articles published on the Country Squire Magazine website.
Novak Djokovic is drawn in the same half of the French Open men's singles draw as Carlos Alcaraz, setting up a potential semi-final between the pair.
Jason Roy is set to end his England contract in order to play in the inaugural season of Major League Cricket in the United States.