- Croydon abduction: Three young brothers 'taken abroad' by father
- Matiu Ratana death: Police murder suspect Louis De Zoysa 'yet to be questioned'
- Masseuse 'feared reporting' blind Lord assault
- Eric Dier: Tottenham defender says new handball rule is a 'massive problem'
- Fulham: Scott Parker 'disappointed' by Tony Khan apology after loss
BBC Birmingham News Feeds
- East and West Midlands travel card plans announced
- Women's FA Cup: Semi-final dates 'ridiculous', says Birmingham boss Carla Ward
- Covid: Castle Bromwich hotel events banned after '200 attend funeral'
- 'Callous' couple jailed for killing Mark Lloyd in Perry Barr robbery
- Bullet fired into classroom wall at Wolverhampton College during lessons
- Filip Krovinovic: West Brom sign midfielder on another season-long loan
- Birmingham mum turns to pedal power in lockdown deliveries
- Covid-19 deaths pass 1,000 in Birmingham hospitals
- Birmingham banqueting suite owner fined after ceiling collapse
- Filip Krovinovic: West Brom set to agree another loan deal with Benfica
BBC Bristol News Feed
- Max O'Leary: Bristol City goalkeeper signs new deal to 2023
- Incredible Edible Bristol's winter crops at risk
- Second Bristol children's mental health ward to close
- Andre Gayle stabbing: Man charged with murder
- Premiership: Bristol Bears v Leicester Tigers
- The Prince's Trust calls for action over lockdown 'lost generation'
- Premiership 2020-21: Harlequins host Exeter Chiefs on opening night
- Bath gull population data 'out of date' say campaigners
- Harmonie-Rose becomes first junior meningitis ambassador
- Under-25s ‘give up dream job hope’ in pandemic
Cornwall Council News feed
- Langarth Garden Village project a step closer to reality as construction begins on new road
- New task force will support residents at risk of redundancy
- Cornwall urged to follow the Covid rules to keep our communities and loved ones safe
- Cornwall Sustainability Awards 2020
- Cornwall Council ‘holding hands and speaking up’ for business as new Covid regulations settle in
- 16 Cornish beaches to get continued RNLI Lifeguard cover until November, and a further 8 will have weekend and half term cover
- Father and son given final warning for cruelty to animals
- Camborne man admits selling illegal tobacco
- Council vows to put residents first as Covid-19 cases rise nationally
- Cornwall Council urges businesses to familiarise themselves with new Government Covid rules
BBC Essex News Feed
- Billericay pub keeps licence after 'soirée' got 'out of hand'
- North Essex Partnership: Mental health trust prosecuted after 10 deaths
- Covid lockdown artist: More than 250 artists help with Essex disabled boy's project
- Feroze Khushi: Essex say education on diversity needed after beer poured on Muslim batsman
- Harwich Harbour Ferry half-submerged in gale-force winds
- Westcliff murder inquiry: Man charged after victim found in street dies
- Kevin Dundon 1980 ferry disappearance: 'Bad things happened on boat'
- Harwich Harbour Ferry badly damaged in gale-force winds
- Murder arrest after man found in Westcliff street dies
- First-innings lead earns Essex Bob Willis Trophy after draw with Somerset
BBC Hampshire News Feed
- Eastleigh boy, 14, 'researched bombs and made jihad video'
- Four teens charged over emergency workers assault in Eastleigh
- National League not starting worries players - Jamie Sendles-White
- Marwell Zoo mourns death of Amur tiger Milla
- Blind woman's campaign leads to police ID scheme launch
- Cowes Floating Bridge: Troubled ferry faces further delays
- Storm forces air ambulance to land at Mountbatten home
- New Forest teenager designs clothes shopping app
- Isle of Wight tidal energy scheme 'needs investors to survive'
- New guidance - what must I do?
BBC Manchester News Feeds
- Ruben Dias: Manchester City sign Benfica defender on six-year deal
- Manchester Arena Inquiry: Bomb plotters 'still at large'
- Premiership: Northampton Saints 14-34 Sale Sharks - Tuilagi and Lawes injured
- Macclesfield Town expelled from National League four days before start of season
- Liam Fenn: Muslim convert who downloaded suicide vest videos jailed
- Manchester couple unlawfully killed in Jamaica, coroner rules
- Covid-19: Cities fear 'huge' economic impact of restrictions
- Premiership 2020-21: Harlequins host Exeter Chiefs on opening night
- Alex Telles: Manchester United in talks with Porto over Brazilian full-back
- French Open 2020: Britain's Cameron Norrie & Liam Broady lose in first round
BBC Lincolnshire News Feed
- Lincolnshire Wildlife Park: Swearing parrots removed from view
- Covid pandemic 'disastrous' for Yorkshire and Lincolnshire cider makers
- Man in court after man found dying in Skegness street
- Church lead theft accused in court in Lincoln
- Lincoln City 2-0 Charlton Athletic
- Prince Charles leads tributes to police officers killed on duty
- Scunthorpe United 1-0 Carlisle United
- Keith Skues presents last BBC local radio show after 60-year career
- Brennan Johnson: Lincoln City sign Nottingham Forest forward on loan
- Coronavirus: Bomber Command centre launches winter survival appeal
Amersham News Views and Information News Feed
Ofsted has published new research looking at subcontractors in the further education and skills sector.
Ofsted and the National Governance Association (NGA) publish a study that shows the business of school governance has continued throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ofsted and the Care Quality Commission (CQC) will start carrying out visits to local areas from October.
Ofsted will be visiting schools and further education and skills providers this autumn term.
Amanda Spielman will chair a new board committee at Ofqual until the end of 2020.
Ofsted will begin visits to local authorities and children's social care providers from September 2020.
Ofsted will start carrying out visits to some nurseries and childminders from September 2020.
Ofsted has published statistics on private and voluntary providers of children’s homes and independent fostering agencies (IFAs).
Ofsted revises post-inspection processes and complaints handling to bring about greater consistency across its work.
The latest YouGov survey, published on the same day as our annual report and accounts, found that Ofsted's inspection reports are well-received by parents.
Ofsted and CQC will visit local areas to support strengthening special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) systems in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, before returning to full inspections when it is right to do so.
Ofsted's Chief Inspector, Amanda Spielman, discusses the challenges facing the SEND system, along with Ofsted and CQC’s role going forward.
We have closed the Ofsted Online site today as replacement web pages are now fully operational.
Amanda Spielman discusses our planned work in education and social care, as schools and colleges prepare to re-open for all pupils.
Ofsted will start visiting schools and colleges after the summer holidays to see how they are getting back up to speed, after being closed to most pupils and learners for so long.
Ofsted publishes new framework and handbook bringing ITE inspections in line with the education inspection framework (EIF).
A school, prohibited from admitting more students, was found in breach of its operating conditions and fined at Luton Magistrates' Court on 27 May.